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The paradox of a university: 
Always the same 
But always changing 



At West Virginia University 
1969-1970 was a year of more change than most years 



All-pervading 
All-invigorating 
Always a sense of 

CHANGE 

CHANGE 



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CHANGE 



In morals and manners: 



Liberation from supercilious 
genuine morality. 



'morals" frees man for 



In political ideologies and 
personal theologies: 



Rethinking old maxims generates a new faith in old 
systems for some and creates a proud hope for new 
systems for others. 



In issues: 



From peace marches to panty raids ranged the op- 
portunities for "grouping"; each chose the problems to 
face and those to avoid. 



In art: 



Playgoers still applauded the big productions at the 
Creative Arts Center, but even passers-by could view 
issue-oriented guerrilla theatre in and around the 
Mountainlair. Films were talked about, analyzed, ap- 
preciated, received as art. 



In the air and the land 



Ecological warfare isn't remote and distant as Viet- 
nam is; every day in Morgantown, the skies get a little 
more murky, the Monongahela gets a little more ster- 
ile, and nature in general gets raped a little more. 



In airing grievances: 



Upset students channeled their anger and disappoint- 
ment, their fears and desires for change, into ad hoc 
committees, fasts, celebrations, demonstrations, 
marches, conferences, trips to D.C. — anything that 
offered a chance for change. 



In publications: 



The Daily Athenaeum completed its last year as a 
product of journalism laboratories, the Greeks came 
out with the Greek Letter, and radicalism found a 
new outlet in The Liberator. 



In people 

In life styles 
In life itself? 



"I am firm, you are obstinate, he is a bull-headed fool." 

"I have reconsidered, you have changed your mind, he has gone back on his 
word." 

These are examples of the "Irregular Conjugations" with which one linguist enter- 
tains himself while pondering the nature of men and their opinions. Any three of 
us can see the same event as very good, very bad, and very indifferent. What is 
happening on campuses in 1969-1970 also lends itself to such "conjugation": A 
single professor may be a high-minded intellectual, an average faculty member, 
and a pointy-headed snob to three different observers. Greeks are cool, straight, 
or reactionary; liberated students are disillusioned flower children, plain old hip- 
pies, or threats to the security of America. With all the rhetorical possibilities, 
observers and participants alike are hard put to maintain a clear understanding of 
just what is happening on campuses, and on this campus. 



The one thing happening is CHANGE. Change is the atmosphere, the air of 
WVU 1969-1970. Change is in the newspapers, in the streets, in the classrooms, 
in the thoughts and lives of the people of WVU. Change is liberalization, or it is 
the process of discovering new reasons for conservative positions. Change is a new 
way of doing things, or it is a better way of doing old things. Change is the 
liberation of the people and of the self, or it is the manifestation of a Communist 
plot. Change is finding more and more independence and finding it in a group. 
But CHANGE IS. 



Old orders are yielding way to new, and newness is still trying to find its own 
order. Change is the now between the old and the new, the present between the 
past and the future. 



Change is photographing campus beauties in miniskirts, when they used to pose in 
fully-gathered skirts and bobby socks. Change is deciding for yourself on love, 
sex, and marriage — whatever order they come in. Change is watching campus 
political parties wrangle over meaningful issues. Change is Greeks whose friends 
are freaks and vice versa. Change is hearing fascism defined in terms of America 
instead of Italy. Change is personal, national, cultural, world-wide. Change is 
economic, social, political. Change is as small as the dot on the "i" in independ- 
ence and as large as a war that is thought about as well as fought. Change is 
acting on your thoughts, living up to them. 



All of us are involved in the ebbs and flows of change. Our 
speech patterns reflect the changes of life styles. The lan- 
guage of the drug and pot scene is probably much more 
prevalent than pills and grass are. Selections on the juke 
box seldom rhyme moon and June or even yummy and 
tummy any more. Now it's Mother Mary whispering words 
of wisdom. "Let it be, let it be," and Simon and Garfunkel 
singing for world-weary lovers, "like a bridge over troubled 
waters, I lay me down." Hemlines, having "gone about as 
far as they can go," threatened to sink below the knees, but 
didn't. So what's in a hemline? Perhaps fashions are as sig- 
nificant as any other indicator of the general mood of a 
group, and dresses here signal a freer and easier slant on 
life. People who have it, are flaunting it. "It" is style, flair, 
the love of life. It is also concern, activism, involvement. 



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THERESE AND ISABELLE 

also 

THE BROTHERHOOD 



In a single year 



Change, evolutionary or revolutionary, is difficult to meter, but it can be captured 
partially on a calendar. We can say this happened then, and this afterwards, and 
perhaps years later we can look back and see why. 



Demonstrations gave the most evidence of change at WVU in 1969-1970. 
War and war-makers are seemingly perennial objects of demonstration 
anathema, at least to us whose lives span only the Vietnam War. But other 
issues also brought people into committees and into the streets. Black 
awareness, the environment, women's liberation, campus safety and security 
— every approach to a problem has its supporters and detractors, and it 
seems one could not name a campus concern that would not have someone, 
somewhere at WVU, working on it. 



-SEPTEMBER- 

Several things were new and changed when classes started 
in the fall. Sophomore and upperclass women found them- 
selves with privileges their male counterparts had long en- 
joyed, thanks to the no-hours policy initiated in dorms. But 
the matter of where those women lived was still determined 
by the in loco parentis character of the University; Like it 
or not, women under 21 lived in the dormitories. Also over 
the summer, the cheering squad, so prominent a part of the 
football tradition, was intearated. 



-NOVEMBER- 
-DECEMBER- 

The November Moratorium called some of the October par- 
ticipants to D.C. for the mass demonstration, but the enthu- 
siasm of the large October group had waned in the inter- 
vening month and participation dwindled. 
Mining disasters and an increasing awareness of the Univer- 
sity's West Virginia setting made students more sympathetic 
with coal miners' complaints. Nevertheless, a DA-sponsored 
conference on mining health and safety, the last issue- 
oriented event of first semester, drew only meagre student 
attendance. A small group of students registered their 
sympathies by joining in the coal miners' struggles for im- 
proved legislation, a battle partially won in 1969-1970. 



-OCTOBER- 

With the school year well underway, anti-war plan- 
ning began at WVU. Faculty, students, and towns- 
people met a month early to organize Morgantown 
participation in the nationwide October Moratorium. 
"No more business as usual while the war goes on" 
was the motivating philosophy of the Moratorium. 
One early headline foreshadowed an issue that would 
climax University demonstrations in May: "Mora- 
torium requests denied as Harlow refuses 'U' stand." 
The 24-hour observance included a Freedom School, 
rallies, memorial service, peace walk, public meeting 
at the Court house square, a Mind Garage peace con- 
cert, the vigil and fasting, and films. "All we are say- 
ing is 'Give peace a chance,' " candlelight, the break- 
ing of bread, Woodburn striking midnight of October 
15 — the conclusion of the peace demonstration was it- 
self as peaceful as a youthful church camp service. 
Polarization, mild as it was then, followed the articles 
and explanations of Vietnam positions of two faculty 
members. Dr. Wesley Bagby, professor of history, 
enunciated his liberal understanding of U.S. involve- 
ment in Vietnam and his opposition to that continuing 
involvement. James Whisker, assistant professor of 
political science, clearly delineated his conservative 
stance on America's Southeast Asian endeavors. Stu- 
dents who knew what they thought but didn't know 
why were likely to find out from one or the other of 
the two men. Another issue, one not ever clearly re- 
solved, surfaced during the October Moratorium. 
Either the University does or does not engage in 
chemical and biological warfare research. With journ- 
alists and public relations men arguing about contracts 
only a corporation lawyer could fully understand, most 
of the University public was left wondering. 



many changing times 



JANUARY 



The Student Activist League accom- 
plished at least one goal in January, that 
of arousing student interest in student 
causes. That interest ran pro and con, 
sometimes heatedly. The precipitant was 
SAL's list of 13 demands upon the ad- 
ministration. Items 1 and 2 called for 
student investigation of Mountainlair and 
Bookstore operations. Library hours. 
Black studies, and student housing com- 
prised the next three. SAL demanded a 
student committee to review curricula 
and faculty, a pass-fail core curriculum, 
a University-hired lawyer for free legal 
aid to students, a University commitment 
to Board of Regents reorganization, an 
immediate end to academic credit for 
ROTC. an open admissions policy, the 
right of WVU employees to unioniza- 
tion, and an end to restrictions on grad- 
uate school admissions. 



-FEBRUARY- 

February put two more issues 
into the headlines. The day after 
the Citizen's League for En- 
vironmental Action Now 
(CLEAN) organized to take on 
pollution, a journalism faculty 
proposal to sever the DA from 
the J School sparked "Save the 
DA" fever in many media- 
minded students. 



-MARCH- 

Campus elections breathed life 
into windy March, with allega- 
tions ranging from Communist 
influence to smear tactics. Party 
platforms reflected the issue- 
oriented nature of the campus 
mood with the Mountaineer 
freedom Party (in its second 
year) including SAL's 13 de- 
mands in its program. Student 
Party and All-Campus Party 
once again divided the top 
offices. 



-APRIL- 

Earth Day, too. was observed here April 22, with a conference and various pro- 
grams for educating the student and the public about the insidious destruction of 
earth, air, and water. 

In fact April was the month of most numerous issues on campus — women's lib- 
eration took over an issue of the DA in April. Morgantown City Council at- 
tempted to prevent the appearance of Chicago Seven lawyer William Kunstler at 
WVU in April, campus Blacks planned an April week of programs to foster 
Black awareness, and the discovery of the bodies of two tragically murdered Uni- 
versity freshmen in April triggered the organization of students to demand safety 
improvements on campus and in Morgantown. Once again the students held a 
public rally, and the safety — and security-minded group marched to City Hall 
with their proposals. 



-MAY- 



Finally came May. No one familiar with the annual campus 
schedule of events would expect a university to erupt over a 
national issue during finals week. But at WVU and many 
other schools, it happened. 

With the Vietnam War officially expanding into Cambodia, 
no matter how temporarily, and with the deaths of four 
Kent State students in an anti-war demonstration there, 
West Virginia University students — some of them — literally 
took to the streets. At times the issues seemed drowned in 
alternating floods of emotion and numerical curiosity. A 
peak estimate of demonstrators was 500, while some 2000 
watched silently or with heckling. A couple hundred 
demonstrators faced 38 riot-helmeted state police in the 
streets at Grumbein's Island. One man, President Harlow, 
was the object of much of the disturbance, for the streets 
had been taken as an ultimatum for a public statement 
from him on Cambodian involvement. 

Those on the outside called it The Riot, those on the inside 
called it The Revolution, while both knew it was really 
neither. The leftists and liberals were defending a street not 
all of them had wanted to seize, but if that was where the 
line was drawn, then that was the place to take a stand. 
Most of the spectators simply spectated, but a sizeable fac- 



tion urged on the police, yelling for them to crack the heads 
of demonstrators. They could have been in the stands at a 
football game. 

The demonstrators chanted "Peace Now" and anti-facist 
slogans and "We want Harlow." 
The administration maintained a taut silence. 
Then there was tear gas. The breeze divided it between the 
leftists in the streets and the rightists on the 'Lair steps. But 
still the streets were occupied. 

The eventual settlement is a credit to the cool of the cops, 
who promised to leave — and did, and the persuasive power 
of some prominent demonstrators, who promised to clear 
the streets — and did. 

A "Victory" Celebration the next day ended the three-day 
event on two notes: 1) relaxation from the double tension 
of confrontation and finals and 2) an undercurrent of 
promised activism in the months to follow. And in spite of 
the issue-crammed nature of 1969-1970, much grist was left 
for activist mills — still and always the war, until its end and 
the end of all such wars; housing discrimination against stu- 
dents and especially against Blacks; poverty, rural and urban; 
pollution, women's lib, and other problems yet to be faced. 



"TROUBLED WATERS" 

Because the most stridently vocal students are on the left, one may 
overlook the right as well as the center of that silent majority for 
whom President Nixon claims to speak. And no one can deny that 
WVU has its conservative traditionalists and its silent middle. Is 
this change a universal at WVU in 1969-1970? 

Perhaps the story of change on these pages relies too much on the 
turbulence at the edge of the stream. Nevertheless, ripples — even if 
not indicative of the water's depth — do indicate the direction and 
strength of its currents. Ripples appear where the current drives 
water against an obstruction, and so they reveal both the obstruc- 
tion and the current. 

Change is like water in yet another way, for a stream is both ever- 
moving and ever the same stream. So, too, is WVU now a university 
of change and still the same West Virginia University. 



CHANGE 



COMING 



Electrifyingly immediate 
in the short view 

Ponderously slow 

in the long view 

COMING 

Much too fast for some of us 

Much too slow for others of us 
BUT 

COMING 




The 1970 



Monticola 

West Virginia University 

Morgantown, West Virginia 



Medal of Honor Recipient 

Thomas W. Bennett 



Tom Bennett was posthumously awarded the 
Congressional Medal of Honor on April 7, 1 970 
for his actions in the Viet Nam conflict. While 
on campus, Tom was the original chairman of 
the Code of Conduct Committee. 



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Seniors 

Greeks 

Royalty 

Sports 

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President 
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There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to con- 
duct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the 



introduction of a new order of things. 



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— Machiavelli 




Mrs. James G. 
Harlow 



What shadows we are, and what shadows we 



pursue! 



— Burke 





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Manhood, not scholarship, is the first aim of 
education. 

— -Ernest Thompson Seton 



Harry B. Heflin 

Vice President of Administration 

and Finance 



Claude Kelley 
Vice President of Planning 




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Ernest J. Nesius 

Vice President of Off Campus Education 



Arch A. Moore. Jr. 
Governor of West Virginia 




Richard P. Rogers 
"W.V.U.'s Number One 



Fan" 



Board of Regents 



John E. Amos 

President 

Charleston 

Earl T. Andrews 
Vice President 
Berkley Springs 

Amos A. Bolen 

Secretary 

Huntington 

Dr. F. L. Blair 
Parkersburg 

David B. Dolzell 
Moundsville 

Elizabeth Hardin Gilmore 
Charleston 



Edward H. Greene 
Huntington 

Albert M. Morgan 
Morgantown 

Okey L. Patterson 
Mount Hope 

Rex N. Smith 
Ex officio 
Charleston 

Dr. Prince Woodward 

Chancellor 

Charleston 

John R. Hoblitzell 
Parkersburg 



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Mary-Jane Schuster 
Assistant Dean of Women 



Learning is nothing without cultivated man- 
ners, but when the two are combined in a 
woman you have one of the most exquisite 
products of civilization. 

— Andre Maurois 




Ruth E. Robinson 

Manager of W.V.U. Bookstore 



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Betty Boyd 
Dean of Women 
Associate Dean of SES 



Katherine R. Jamison 
Counselor to Students 



M. Cornelia Ladwig 
Director of Placement Service 





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John C. Ludlum 

Dean of Graduate Scliool 



James C. Reed 

Director of 

Purchasing and Inventory 








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Dr. John D. Brisbane 
Director of Admissions 





David W. Jacobs 
Executive Secretary of 
Alumni Association 



S. Thomas Serpento 
Director of Personnel 



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William H. McMillion 
Comptroller 



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Dr. Charles E. Andrews 
Provost for Health Sciences 



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Eugene L. Staples 
Director of 
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Julius Klein 

Assistant Director of Moitntainlair 



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James F. Carruth 

Director of Counseling Service 



Neil E. Bolyard 
Director of Student 



Financial Aids 



David C. Karlson, Director of Student Organizational Relations 
John Esposito and Tom Tinder 






John J. Lawless 

Director of Student Health Service 




Joseph C. Gluck 

Dean of Student Educational Services 



Gordon R. Thorn 
Associate Dean of SES 




George J. Howe 
Program Advisor 



Col. Nelson R. Bickley Jr. 
Director of 

Foreign Student Coordination 




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Donovan H. Bond 
Director of Development 
W.V.U. Foundations 




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Ronald L. Stump 

Acting Dean of the Appalachian Center 



Dr. Valentin Ulrich 
Director of the Institute of 
Biological Science 




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Robert A. Robards 
Housing Director 




William H. Miernyk 
Director of Regional 
Resource Institute 



Robert (Red) N. Brown 

Director of 

Intercollegiate A thletics 




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Robert F. McWhorter 
Associate Dean of SES 




Harry W. Ernst 

Director of University Relations 




Lyle E. Herod 
Associate Registrar of 
Medical Center 



Robert F. Munn 

Director of Libraries 

Provost of Research and 

Graduate Affairs 




Edwin W. Reynolds 
Director of Mountainlair 



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Military Science 




Col. Charles M. Holland 
Air Force Aerospace Studies 




Wayne A. Muth 

Director of Computer Center 



Vergil B. Clark 
Director of Physical Plant 




Herman L. Moses 
Counselor to Students 



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Rev. George M. McFarland 
Boreman Hull 



Rev. Robert E. Cushman 
Towers 



Father Edward A. Hofler 
Towers 



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I need not shout my faith. Thrice 
Eloquent are quiet trees and the 
Green listening sod; 

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Speak of God! 

— Charles Hanson Towne. 




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Arnold Hall 



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The Hill 



Father Richard L. Marold 
Beverly Manor 



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Agriculture and Forestry 







R. S. Dunbar, Jr. 
Dean of Agriculture & Forestry 




RICHARD THOMAS ADAMS, 102 Cort St., Jeannette. 
Pa„ Landscape Architecture. S.S.L.A.: RICHARD LEE 
BOWERS. Leroy. W.Va., Agriculture Education: TIM- 
OTHY C. BIRX. 95 Forest Dale Ave., Glen Burine, Md.. 
Forestry, Soccer. Alpha Zeta, Forestry Club: ROBERT D. 
BOYD, 3485 Orchard Ave.. Finleyville, Pa.. Animal Sci- 
ence, Soccer. 



THOMAS CROUSE, Rt. 1, Box 201-B, Hurricane. W.Va.. 
Animal Science, Phi Kappa Psi, Livestock Judging Team: 
HERBERT DOHERTY. 38 Monument Sq., Charles Town 
29, Mass.. Horticulture, Advisor (Films Committee), Foreign 
Student Organization: ROBERT JAMES DRYLIE, 138 Old 
Lincoln Hwy., Irwin. Pa.. Forestry. Alpha Gamma Rho. 
Student Legislature: DOUGLASS JEFFERSON. Chester. 
Md., Fish and Wildlife Management. Wildlife Society. 



ROBERT GRAHAM AEILIG. Aeilig Road. Sewell. N.J., 
Landscape Architecture. Phi Epsilon Phi. Student Academic 
Study Committee. Student Society of Landscape Architec- 
ture— Pres.: J. STEVE HUNTER. Box 731. Lewisburg. 
W.Va.. Animal Science. Alpha Gamma Rho — Pres., Block 
and Bridle. Speaker of Student Legislature: WILLIAM 
GREGORY HUTSON, 309 Dorn Ave., Cumberland, Md.. 
Forest Management, Alpha Zeta. Forestry Club; GARY 
SAN JULIAN. 1102 North 15th St.. Clarksburg. W.Va.. 
Wildlife Biology, Rangers. Phi Epsilon Iota. 




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DONALD LEE KNOTTS, Hambleton. W.Va., Agriculture, 
Alpha Tau Alpha; EDWARD P. KOEPCKE, RD. 4. 
Easton, Pa., Landscape Architecture; ROBERT W. KORN- 
MAN, Box 45, RD 1, Trafford, Pa., Landscape Architecture, 
Phi Delta Theta, Student Society of Landscape Architects, 
Scabbord and Blade; DECKER P. MAJOR, 9 Longview 
Rd., Livingston, N.J.. Forestry. 



RICHARD L. MALM, 67 Atlantic Ave., Massapequa Park, 
N.Y., Forestry, Soccer. Forestry Club, Intramural Basket- 
ball; LYNN M. McCAULEY, Rt. 4. Elizabeth, W.Va., 
Agricultural Mechanics, ASAE. Student Branch; DANIEL 
CLARK McFEE, Rt. 4, Elizabeth. W.Va., Agriculture 
Mechanics, ASAE; WILLIAM McGOWAN, 4347 East The 
Valley, Port Clinton. Ohio, Wildlife Management, Society 
of American Foresters, Forestry Club, Alpha Gamma Rho. 



SHERWOOD MORGAN, Stewartown Rd., Box 82, Mor- 
gantown, W.Va., Agriculture Agronomy, Black Unity Or- 
ganization, Blade and Spade (Agronomy Club); CHARLES 
JAMES OLENIK, 1507 Cambria Ave., Windber, Pa., For- 
estry, Forestry Club, Phi Epsilon Phi; GARY LEE PUL- 
LEN, Falls Creek Rd., Torondo, W.Va.. Agriculture Eco- 
nomics; CHARLES K. SAGER, Box 443. Charles Town. 
W.Va., Forestry, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



JEFFREY L. SAGLE. Rt. 1, Kearneysville. W.Va., Agri- 
cultural Engineering, ASAE, 4-H Club, Academic Study 
Forum; JOHN EDWARD SCHABINGER, Box 204, RD. 
4, Middletown. Delaware, Animal Science, Block and 
Bridle: JOHN LYNN SPIKERM Box 766, Weston, W.Va., 
Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Block and Bridle — Pres., Aca- 
demic Study Committee, Dairy Science Club; GARY J. 
TURNBULL, 1027 Willett Dr., Johnstown, Pa., Pre-Veteri- 
nary Medicine, Fine Arts Committee. Block and Bridle. Ski 
Club. 

JOSEPH ABNER WARE. Kearneysville. W.Va., Agricul- 
tural Economics, 4-H Club; CURTIS G. WILMER, Cherry 
Grove, W.Va., Agricultural Education, ATA, Collegiate 
FFA; DANIEL S. WOLD, RD. 2. Hammond Road, Ripley. 
W.Va.. Agricultural Mechanization, American Society of 
Agriculture, Agricultural Academic Council; EDWARD D. 
VANDER WOUDE. 8 Cloverdale Rd., Clifton, N.J., Wood 
Industry, Alpha Gamma Rho. Forestry Club, XI Sigma Pi. 



JACKIE RANDALL YOKUM, Rt. 2, Box 1-B. Landes, 
W.Va.. Agriculture Education. Collegiate FFA. 



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NATONAL AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY SERVICE HONORARY— FIRST ROW: 

Doyle Harsh, James Williams, Gary Younkin, Clark Haynes. SECOND ROW: Tim Birx, 
Douglas Richards, Dave Shamberger. Steve Washburn, Allen Brock, Jim Haden, Louis Rishel, 
Charles Creasy, Dan Kincaid, Ken Scott. Jahon Dowler. Curtis Kiplinger, Bob Doberneck, 
John Sencindver. Tom Burgess. 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA 

Agricultural Education 
Fraternity 



/ 




Alpha 

Tau 

Alpha 




Alpha 
Zeta 



NATIONAL AGRICULTURE HONORARY— FIRST ROW: Marvin Mclung, Dolan Irvine, 
Stanley Hopkins, Steve Wickline. SECOND ROW: Dr. R. C. Butler, Advisor; Paul Cum- 
mings, Mitch Fincham, Alvin R. McKee. Dale Wheeler, Rodney Wallbrown. THIRD ROW: 
Gary Shamblen, Leslie Daniel, William Wilson. Don Michael. Bill Dawson, Conrad Arnold. 
NOT PICTURED: D. C. Sutton. Robert E. Straight, Charles Rhodes, Roscoe Boggs, Curtis 
Wimer. Harry Huff, Estil Hughes. Jr.. Julia Hughes, Larry Deal, Geogory C. Lee, Edwin 
Miller. 

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Arts and Sciences 




Harold A. Gibbard 

Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences 




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EDWARD LEE AVIS, Bolair, W. Va., Psychology; 
SHELIA ELAINE BAILEY, 5219 Raven Dr., Charleston, 
W. Va., Social Studies, Kappa Phi, Young Americans for 
Freedom; DONALD M. BECKER, 1803 Couert St., Par- 
kersburg, W. Va., History; ROBERT L. BELCASTRO, 
1135 Sunset Dr., Fairmont, W. Va., Biology, Kappa Sigma 
— Pres. 



CAROL IUNE BENEKE, 1947 Decatur Ave., Wheeling, 
W. Va., French, Alpha Xi Delta, Festival of Ideas, Pi 
Delta Phi; DALE WARD BEEBE, 156 Sherman Ave., 
Morgantown, W. Va., Sociology; BARBARA A. BENTON, 
2630 Dudley Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va., Math; WILLIAM 
A. BIESE, 484 Dallas St., Morgantown, W. Va., Math, Pi 
Mu Epsilon, Sigma Delta Pi. 



DWIGHT BROWNING BILLINGS, IR., 602 N. Kanawha 
St., Beckley, W. Va., Sociology, Academic Studies Commit- 
tee, Residence Assistant; ROBERT C. BLAIR, 651 Court 
Ave., Weston, W. Va., Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 
ROTC; DONALD ALAN BLUM, 100 Paducah Dr., New 
Martinsville, W. Va., Pre-Medicine, Band; ROBERT G. 
BONAR, 401 E. Main St., Harrisville, W. Va., History, 
Band, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Psi. 



KATHRYN M. BONASSO, 660 Southview Dr., Morgan- 
town, W. Va., Psychology, Alpha Delta Pi — Vice-Pres.; R. 
ELLEN BODDIE, 3 The Terrace, Middletown, N.J., Radio 
and Television, Chi Omega — Pledge Trainer, Homecoming 
Co-ordinator, Best Dressed Coeds; WILLIAM W. 
BOOKER, 305 North St., Ripley, W. Va., Political Science, 
Pi Sigma Alpha; WILLIAM P. BURKETT, 195 B St., 
Keyser, W. Va., Pre-Medicine. 



KAREN BUTLER, 14 N.W. lersey Ave., Woodbury 
Heights. N.J., Psychology, Pi Beta Phi, Mountainlair Spe- 
cial Events Committee, Choral Union; KARLA PAUL- 
ETTE CAIN, Buffalo, W. Va., Sociology; RICHARD O. 
CHILDS, Box 173, Kearneysville, W. Va., Political Sci- 
ence, Kappa Sigma; MARY LOUISE CHRISTINA, Syca- 
more St., New Eagle, Pa., Statistics, Alpha Phi — Treasurer. 



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RONALD L. CLOVER, 381-104 Newton Ave., Morgan- 
town, Biology, Biology Steering Committee, Veteran's 
Club; MARY VIRGINIA COLEMAN, 1091 National 
Road, Wheeling, W. Va., Biology, Student Legislature. Al- 
pha Phi; LEONARD E. CONNOR, 177 Regina Ave., Mer- 
cerville, N.J., Math and Psychology; DOROTHY COR- 
RIGAN, 54 Fifteenth St., Wheeling, W. Va., Sociology, 
Young Democrats. Newman Club. 



KATHRYN GRACE COTTRILL, Box 61, Glen Rogers, 
W. Va., Biological Sciences, Chi Omega. Best Dressed — 
First Runner-up; STEPHEN R. CRISLIP, R.F.D. 1, Box 
304, Oak Hill, W. Va., Political Science, Mountain, Sphinx. 
Phi Kappa Psi; IAMES RICHARD DAVIS, 46 Poplar 
Ave., Wheeling, W. Va., Political Science; C. GARY Di- 
BARTOLOMEO, 3801 Hanlin Way, Weirton, W. Va., Politi- 
cal Science, Sphinx, Sigma Phi Epsilon — Vice-Pres. 



JAMES R. DILLEY, 1025 Second Ave., Marlinton, W. Va., 
Pre-Medicine, Phi Kappa Psi— Pres.; WILLIAM FISHER 
DOBBS, JR., 1508 Dogwood Rd., Charleston, W. Va., Po- 
litical Science, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Fi Batar 
Cappar; KATHRYN DAWN DOWLER, Moundsville, W. 
Va., Spanish, SAAP; JAMES A. EDMESTER, 201 Cort- 
land St., Lisle, N.Y., Psychology, Theta Chi. 



JOSEPH ERVIN, Box 351, Carroll Ave., Keyser, W. Va., 
Political Science, Circle K, Young Republicans; JOHN C. 
FOSTER, 1525 17th St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Chemistry, 
Monticola Photographer, American Chemical Society — Stu- 
dent Affiliate, Christian Science Organization: MICHAEL 
DAVID FRINO, 5 Hallo St., Edison, N.J., Biology, Kappa 
Sigma, Student Legislature, External Affairs Committee; 
PRISCILLA H. GAY, 86 Northwick Dr., Rochester, N.Y., 
Political Science, Cabinet, Festival of Ideas, Student Lead- 
ership Conference. 



DIANNE LINDA GLUFF, 1332 St. Mary's Ave., Parkers- 
burg. W. Va., English, Alpha Xi Delta; SARABETH 
GOODWIN. 612 Country Club Rd., Fairmont, W. Va., 
French, Cheerleader, Mortor Board, Chi Omega; EILEEN 
M. GRIFFITH, Riviera Beach, Md., Physical Education, 
Monticola Staff; LINDA HELEN HAMMACK, Rt. 2. 
Flemington. W. Va., Kappa Delta. 




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KATHERINE E. HAGER, 4 Park Drive, Charleston, W. 
Va., Math, Kappa Delta, Junior Executive Steering Com- 
mittee; JERRY L. HAGGERTY, Box 117, Keyser, W. Va., 
Chemistry, Phi Kappa Sigma. Young Republicans; 
STEPHAN M. HAPTA, Rt. 2, Box 405 E, Charleston, W. 
Va., Political Science and History, Phi Kappa Psi; POLLY 
ANN HARDY, Tait Rd., Mercer, Pa., Sociology. 



GARY ANNE HARKIN. 110 Wyngate Rd., Coraopolis, 
Pa., Sociology, Outdoor Recreation Committee, Greek 
Week Steering Committee, Pi Beta Phi — Social Chairman; 
DOROTHY J. HARRISH, Box 132. Greensburg, Pa., Span- 
ish, Pi Beta Phi, Angel Flight, SAAP; SUZANNE HART- 
MAN, Box 743, Athens, W. Va., French, Alpha Xi Delta. 
Pi Delta Phi— Treasurer, Monticola Staff; ENFIELD 
THOMAS HICKS, JR., 1913 Massey Circle, South 
Charleston, W. Va., Math, Outings Club. 



LINDA HIDALGO, 118 Forrest Ave., Beckley, W. Va.; 
MICHAEL K. HISE, Box 788, Logan, W. Va., Chemistry, 
Black Unity Organization — Pres., Phi Lambda Upsilon, 
Kappa Alpha Psi; MARGARET ANN HOMAN, 331 Sum- 
mit Ave., Libonier. Pa.. Sociology, SAAP; MICHAEL S. 
HORN, 458 Neptune Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., Geology, 
Pershing Rifles, Dolphins, Young Republicans. 



AMY T. HSIEH, 105 Skyline Dr. Bluefield, Va.. Statis- 
tics; WILLIAM J. HUFF, 480 Villa Ave.. White Sulphur 
Springs, W. Va., Pre-Medicine, Circle K, Tau Kappa Epsi- 
lon; JEANNIE HUNTER, 488 Reed Ave., Monessen. Pa- 
Biology: MARY G. HUMPHREYS. 2702 Edwards Circle, 
Dunbar, W. Va., History, Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Young Democrats. 



PAUL CURTIS JACK, JR., Sayre Ave., Parkersburg, W. 
Va.. Political Science; JOHN M. JARDEN, 1905 Cathedral 
Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa., History, Sigma Nu; HOLLIS 
MAURA JELLINEK, 31 Boyd St., Elkins, W. Va., Sociol- 
ogy, Cultural Committee, Special Events Committee; 
RUSSELL PAUL KATHAN, 36 Wagon Lane. Cherry Hill, 
N.J., History, Track. 



SUSAN E. KILLEEN, 3439 Piedmont Rd., Huntington, W. 
Va., English, Delta Delta Delta — Public Relations Chair- 
man, Zeta Phi Eta— Historian, Monticola Staff; VIRGINIA 
DARE KINCAID, Box 58, Hansford, W. Va.. Psychology, 
Psi Chi; DIANA CAROL KIRKPATRICK. Rt. 2. Fair- 
view, W. Va., Biology, Phi Epsilon Phi, Student Academic 
Advisory Committee; JOHN MEETH KLINGAMAN, 
1334 Brook Rd., Baltimore, Md., English, Daily Athenaeum 
Staff, Athletic Publicity. 




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JOSEPH G. KORZENIEWSHI. Rt. 2, Box 695, Severna 
Park, Md., Math, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pershing Rifles: 
DALE JAMES KRACH, 285 Green St., Doylestown. Pa.. 
Prc-Mecliciiic, Alpha Phi Omega, Mountainlair Forum 
Committee: ROBERT L. KULP, 807 W. Trindle Rd., 
Mechanicsburg. Pa.. Biology; JUDITH L. LADWIG. 229 
Fairview Ave., Clarksburg, W. Va., English, Pi Beta Phi, 
Angel Flight. 



BARBARA ANN LAMBERT, 505 Bee St.. Princeton, W. 
Va., History, Pi Beta Phi, Festival of Ideas: DENNIS C. 
LOGUE, 535 S. Third St., Clarksburg. W. Va.. Biology, Pi 
Kappa Alpha; CHARLES F. LUCAS, JR.. 936 N. Trip- 
hammer Rd.. Ithaca, N.Y.. Political Science: ROBERTA 
LUCAS, 1218 Tenth Ave., Huntington. W. Va., Latin, 
Delta Delta Delta. 



DALE JOSEPH LUKETICH. 271 Fernwood, Weirton, W. 
Va.. Pre-Medicine, Amateur Radio Club, Computer Science 
Club. Films Committee: MIRIAM MANSOUR, Smithers. 
W. Va., English; CAROLYN MARIA MARTINO, 115 
Caldwell Ave., Wellsburg, W. Va., English, Alpha Xi Delta 
— Pres.. Cultural Committee, Lair Social Committee: 
KEITH ELIZABETH MATHEWS, 1528 Bedford Rd., 
Charleston, W. Va., Philosophy, Outings Club, Mortar 
Board. Phi Alpha Theta. 





ELIZABETH McCLUNG, 1872 N. Patrick Henry Dr., Ar- 
lington. Va.. French, Pi Delta Phi; KATHLEEN F. Mc- 
CONNELL, 419 Green Hill Rd., Smoke Rise, N.J., Math, 
Chi Omega, Helen of Troy, Homecoming Court; ROBERT 
H. McNABB, 4110 Lancaster Ave., Charleston, W. Va., 
Political Science, Mountain, Phi Kappa Psi, Fi Batar Cap- 
par; VIRGIL H. MALONE III, 100 Parkway Dr., Martins- 
burg, W. Va.. Geology, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Gamma 
Epsilon. 



PAMELA CHRISTEEN MARTIN, 2104 Maxwell Ave., 
Parkersburg, W. Va., French, Pi Delta Phi; TERRY RAY- 
MOND MICHAEL, 2300 S. Arlington Ridge Rd., Arling- 
ton, Va., History, Sigma Nu — Historian; DARRELL 
MILEM. Crawley. W. Va., Zoology, Alpha Phi Omega. 
Biology Academic Advisory Committee, Intervarsity Chris- 
tian Fellowship; PAMELA MILLER, Box 261. Davis, W. 
Va., Psychology, YWCA. 



RALPH EUGENE MILLER. JR., 3280 Brocton Common 
Dr., Florissant, Missouri, Pre Medicine, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ROBERT V. MILLER, 197 Clear- 
view Ave.. Wheeling, W. Va., English, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
SAAP, Young Republicans; MARY PATRICIA MOSIER. 
162 Center St., Canton, Pa., Spanish, Sigma Delta Pi. MFP: 
JEANNE F. NAKVANKO, Rt. 8, Greensburg, Pa., Sociol- 
ogy- 



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BERNARD FAZIO PAIZ, 115 Travelers Lane, Beckley. 
W. Va., Political Science, Young Democrats; KATHLEEN 
S. PAPIERNIAK, 1613 N. Nicholas St., Arlington, Va., 
Biology; MARTIN PEDINOFF, 27 Country Club Lane, 
Springfield, N.J., Psychology, Theta Chi; THEA K. 
PETRO, 78 Monroe St., Hopwood, Pa., Psychology. 



KATHY PETRANEK, Silver Spring, Md., Math. Alpha 
Phi, Dolphin; TERRY LYNN PHALEN, 499 Locust Ave., 
Morgantown, W. Va.: RONALD J. PINCHOK, 415 Elwyn 
Ave., Springdale, Pa., Math, Kappa Sigma, Student Legisla- 
ture, Sphinx; ANGELA M. PIZATELLA, 917 Virginia 
Ave.. Fairmont, W. Va., Language Arts, Alpha Xi Delta — 
Corresponding Secretary, Mountainlair Social Committee, 
Special Events Committed. 



ROBERT D. POLLITT, McKinley Ave., Charleston, W. 
Va., Political Science; DAVID POPOWICZ, 1109 Stieren 
Ave., Brackenridge, Pa., Biology; DOMINICK A. PO- 
TENA, 1118 Wood St., Bristol, Pa., Biology; GEORGE 
PREIKSAITIS, 1757 S. Sixth St., Camden, N.J., Geology, 
Chi Phi. 



CHARLES M. PROPST, 699 Burroughs St., Morgantown, 
W. Va.. Psychology; ELIZABETH RANDALL, 850 Sweet 
Acres. St. Albans, W. Va., Chemistry, Mortar Board, Alpha 
Pi, Dolphins: JAMES F. REED II, 209 McDowell St., 
Clarksburg, W. Va., History, Pershing Rifles; JAMES 
RALPH REED, JR., 208 W. Washington St., Grafton, W. 
Va., Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 



JOHN D. RICHMOND, 121 Granville Ave., Beckley, W. 
Va., Pre-Medicine, Student Body President, Mountain, 
Delta Tau Delta— Vice-Pres.; ALLEN C. RIDENOOR, Rt. 
1, Tunnelton. W. Va.: RICHARD P. ROGERS. 472 Elm 
St., Morgantown, W. Va., Physics, Monticola Photographer, 
Alpha Phi Omega: LISA ROSE, 810 Eighth St.. Fairmont, 
W. Va., English, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Angel Flight, Mor- 
tar Board. 



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ROYCE B. SAVILLE, Box 166, Romney, W. Va., Political 
Science, Young Democrats; ELVER A SCHIRLEY, 1342 
Armstrong Dr., Monongahela, Pa.. Physical Therapy, 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; VIRGINIA ANNE SCYPHERS, 
Cooper St., Athens. W. Va., Psychology, Alpha Xi Delta; 
DALE W. SEARS, 213 S. Main St., Manchester, Md„ So- 
ciology, Theta Chi, Student Party. 



THOMAS W. SEIVERLING. 234 Amity Rd„ Glenshaw, 
Pa.. Sociology, Theta Chi; DONNA JO SIRK, 100 Grant 
St., Elkins, W. Va., Political Science, Pi Sigma Alpha; ROY 
STEPHEN SITES, 113 Pine St., Petersburg, W. Va., Ge- 
ology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Amateur Radio Club; ROY- 
MOND L. SHERMAN, 22 S. Summit Ave., Almonesson, 
N.J.. Psychology, Resident Assistant. 



JENNIFER FAY SHOEMAKER, 3323 W. Fifth Ave., 
Belle. W. Va., Biology; JOHN F. SLACK, 191 Paterson 
Rd„ Fanwood, N.J., Geology, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Out- 
ings Club, Intramurals; MICHAEL S. SLOTOROFF, 101 
Ansley Blvd., Pleasantville, N.J., Pre-Medicine; DEBORAH 
JEAN SMYTH, Rt. 7, Box 104, Morgantown, W. Va., 
History, Mortar Board. Greek Week Coordinator, Student 
Leadership Committee. 



JEAN ALLYSON STALLINGS, 14 Brookfield Rd., Pasa- 
dena, Md., Zoology; BARBARA ANN STEELE, 54 Elm 
Lane, Bethlehem, Wheeling, W. Va., History, NSEA, AWS; 
ROBERT M. SYDEMSTRICKER, 236 Arapahoe Dr., For- 
est Heights, Md., Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, AFROTC; 
MARGARET S. TAM, 6 Rua da Victoria 1/F, Macao, 
Asia, French, Pi Delta Phi. International Students Associa- 
tion. 



SAMUEL R. TAYLOR, Ridgeley, W. Va.. History, Pi 
Kappa Alpha; KAREN LEE THOMAS, Kopperston, W. 
Va., Sociology; DAVID W. THORNBURY, 304 Fourth 
St., Belle, W. Va., Zoology, Alpha Phi Omega, YAF; 
WALTER E. TODOROWSHI. 3443 Sipe St.. Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 




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SALVATORE TROMONDA, 3 Diane Ct., New Provi- 
dence, N.J., Biology, Football. Baseball; BARBARA ANN 
TSOUCARIS, 206 W. Washington St., Masontown, Pa., 
Language Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Student Legislature; STEPH- 
ANIE ANN TWARDOSKI, 104 Water St., Ben wood, W. 
Va., English and Spanish, Delta Delta Delta; BARBARA 
VARACALLI, 397 Chestnut St.. Logan. W.Va.. Pre-Medi- 
cine. 



ALAN VERSTIEN, 954 Henrietta Ave., Huntington Val- 
ley, Psychology, Chairman of Special Events, Student Party 
— Treas.. Sigma Phi Epsilon; B. J. VIERS, 2024 Third & 
Windsor St., Radford, Va., Political Science, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Student Party — Co-chairman. Elections Committee: 
CAROL LANE WATSON, Box 4, Reedsville, W.Va., Politi- 
cal Science; BRUCE A. WENZEL. 201 Dorset Road, Laurel, 
Md., Pie-Medicine, Intramurals. 



JOHN BLAKE WEST, 1263 Briercliff Rd., Bridgeport, W. 
Va., Political Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi 
Delta Phi, Sphinx: RICHARD C. WHITMAN. 113 Trav- 
elers Lane, Beckley, W.Va., Biology, The Wildlife Society, 
Resident Asst.— Towers; CRAIG WILCOX, Bello-Vedere, 
R.D. 4. Wheeling. W.Va., Zoology, Kappa Alpha, Scab- 
bard & Blade— Pres., ROTC— Rangers: NANCY WIL- 
LIAMS. 171 Knollwood Dr., Charleston, W.Va., Language 
Arts, Mortar Board — Vice-Pres., Delta Delta Delta — 
Pledge Trainer, University Academic Forum. 




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LARRY BRENT WILSHIRE, Chelyan. W.Va.. Pre-Medi- 
cine, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Festival of 
Ideas Committee; ROBERT WILSON. Rt. 2. Box 18. 
Bridge Box, W.Va., History; HARRIET LYNN WIS- 
HART, 104 Bently Ave., Bentleyville, Pa.. Political Sci- 
ence, Pi Sigma Alpha. Student Advisory Committee, 
Forum Committee; JEFFREY A. WITHEREL, 100 Hori- 
zon Dr., Pgh. 37. Pa.. Biology, Lambda Chi Alpha, Persh- 
ing Rifles. University Singers. 



MARJORIE M. WOODRUFF. 7 Main St., Englishtown, 
History; CHARLES J. WRIGHT, 2532 Delaware Ave., 
Pgh, Pa., Political Science. Young Democrats: ROSE- 
MARY TERESE YANDURA, 166 W. Wood Ave., Nema- 
colin, Pa., Psychology; TERRI ANN YEAGER, Box 74C, 
RD1, Markleysburg, Pa., French, Pi Delta Phi. 



JOHN R. YURIK, Box 767, Gary, W.Va., Pre-Medicine, 

Cultural Committee, Monticola Sports Editor, Special 
Events Committee. 





PRE-MEDICAL 














HONORARY: 














1. Greg Zolton 


11. Sam Colvin 


21. 


Mark McCormick 


29. Tom Thomasson 


39. G. H. Dornblazer 


50. Steve Kessel 


2. Brian Houston 


12. Tom Miller 




Vice President 


29a. Margaret Simpson 


40. Bill H. Harris 


51. Ruby Grimm 


3. Ralph Miller 


13. Jack Lynn 


22 


Bruce Pokorney 


30. Mark Walbridge 


41. Ken Lenihan 


52. Bob Stewart 


4. Lloyd McGinnis 


14. Rocky Morabito 


2? 


John Swearingen 


31. Phil Luchini 


42. Mike Petrucki 


53. Ron Mayfield 


5. Bernard Imrich 


15. Diana Edens 


24 


David Chapman 


32. Randy Stevens 


43. Ken Harman 


54. Steve Miller 


6. Brent Wilshire 


16. William L. Harris 


25 


Richard Lindsay 


33. Mike Fidler 


44. Barbara Varacalli 


55. Jim Kessel 


7. Tim Brown 


17. Steve Lewis 




Historian 


34. Charles Quarles 


45. David Fetter 


56. Brett Hunter 


8. Larry Rogers 


18. Rick Lynn 


26 


Dan Cassis 


35. Mike Albright 


46. Claudia Goodwin 


57. Dr. Lloyd Gribble 


9. Tom Adkins 


19. Lenora Rexrode 


27 


Charles Wishart 


36. Charles Mirabile 


47. Ernie Bonitatibus 


Advisor 


10. Ron Hill 


Secretary 


28 


Mark Valentine 


37. Kelly Fogle 


48. Don Johnson 


58. Brad Levin 


Treasurer 


20. William Strauch 




President 


38. Allen Justin 


49. Roxann Powers 





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Commerce 





Jack T. Turner 

Dean of the College of Commerce 




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Beta Alpha Psi 




NATIONAL ACCOUNTING HONORARY— William Phelps. Paula Strawser, Gregory Yost. 
President: Professor Robert S. Maust, Faculty Vice President: Robert Hardy, Vice President: 
Alice Canterbury. Frederic Zeck. Raymond Thalman, Vice President: Michael Custer. Connie 
Elmore, Secretary: Ralph Meadows. 




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JOHN DAVID ANDERSON III, 2663 Riverside Dr., St. 
Albans, W. Va., Marketing, Phi Kappa Psi — Historian; 
HAROLD ARKIN, 2623 Southeast 18th Ave., Cape Coral, 
Fla., Marketing, Pi Kappa Alpha, Student Party; MARY 
MARGARET BALIKER, 532 Kiwanis Ave., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Marketing, Delta Gamma, Young Democrats Club, 
Ten Best Dressed Co-ed Contest— Finalist; THOMAS B. 
BENNETT. RFD 7, Box 715, Morgantown, W. Va., Eco- 
nomies, AIESEC, Young Republicans, SAA. 



DONALD R. BERKICH. R.D. #3 Lisburn Rd., Mechanics- 
burg, Pa., Accounting; ROBERT T. BROWNFIELD, 604 
34th St., Vionna, W. Va., Industrial Management, SAM; 
CHARLES FREDERICK CARSPECKEN, 503 Rosemont 
Ave., South Charleston, W. Va., Industrial Management, 
Delta Tau Delta, A.S.D.Y.; ROGER ALLEN CARTER. 
Montcoal. W. Va., Marketing, Sigma Nu. 



CARLOS J. CAUESSA, Box 879, San Salvadore, El Salva- 
dor, Finance, SAM, Inter-American Relations; THOMAS 
G. CHESANKO, 104 Grant St., Uniontown, Pa., Industrial 
Management, SAM; HARVEY C. DAUGHERTY, 155 
Armstrong St.. Romney, W. Va.. Industrial Management; 
JOHN JOSEPH DECANEY III, 118 Dunkard Ave., Mor- 
gantown, W. Va., Marketing, Pi Kappa Alpha, Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council. 



THOMAS E. DODD. Box 5, Hastings, W. Va., Industrial 
Management, Pi Kappa Alpha — Pres., SAM, Student Party; 
RICHARD JOSEPH DYE, R.D. #5, Washington, Pa., Ac- 
counting; SAMUEL W. ELLIS. JR., 7009 Alicent Place. 
McLean, Virginia, Marketing, Beta Theta Pi, Varsity Base- 
ball—Co-Captain; CONNIE SUE ELMORE, Box 197, 
Oakvale, W. Va.. Accounting, Beta Alpha Psi. 



WILBER LAWRENCE EVANS, 2005 10th Ave., Parkers- 
burg, W. Va.. Accounting; ROBERT A. FRATLE, 16 Mad- 
ison Ave.. Old Bridge, N.J., Commerce, Alpha Phi Delta. 
Mountaineer Freedom Party; JAMES F. HAMLIN. JR., 
221 Williams Ave., Bridgeport, W. Va., Industrial Manage- 
ment, SAM; HERBERT M. HARR, 1583 Quarrier St., 
Charleston, W. Va., Accounting. 



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EDWARD L. HARRAH, S3-52 St. S.E.. Charleston. W. 
Va., Accounting: JERRY N. HARTLEBEN. 1953 Foley 
Dr., Parkersburg, W. Va., Industrial Management: JOSEPH 
NEIL HEADLEE. R.D. S3, Waynesburg, Pa., Business Ad- 
ministration, SAM; CURTIS LEE HELDRETH, 512 Day- 
ton St., Morgantown, W. Va., Business Administration, 
Scaddard and Blade. 



THOMAS G. HENNEN, Kettler Addn., Mosart, Wheeling, 
W. Va., Marketing, SAM; SELBY ARNETT HIGHLAND, 
JR., West Milford, W. Va., Accounting, Fencing, 4-H Club: 
ALLAN JOHNSON, 1209 E. Main St., Harrisville, W. Va., 
Industrial Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon; MORTON A. 
JOHNSON, JR., 1004 Dogwood Lane, Beckley, W. Va., 
Marketing, Delta Tau Delta, Army ROTC, Homecoming 
Coordinating Committee — 1968. 



EDWARD P. JOLLIFFE, 420 Grant Ave., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Accounting: CLIFTON L. KING, R.R. #2, Linton, 
Indiana, Management, Sigma Nu; KURT NICHOLAS 
KINNEY, 1605 Kanawha Terrace. St. Albans, W. Va., 
Marketing, SAM, Arnold Air, Sigma Phi Epsilon: PETER 
C. KRAL. 597 Mazur Ave.. Paramus, N.J., Industrial 
Management, SAM, Alpha Phi Delta. 



LAURENCE RICHARD LARSON, 855 Sweet Acres 
Drive. St. Albans. W. Va., Accounting; BRADLEY E. 
LAYNE, 26 First St., Williamson, W. Va., Economics, Phi 
Kappa Psi; GENE LEE, R.D. #2, Waynesburg, Pa., Indus- 
trial Management, SAM, ASP; HIRAM C. LEWIS III, 76 
Cornell Ave., Welch, W. Va., Marketing, Delta Tau Delta, 
Fi Batar Cappar. 



JOHN CHARLES LORD, 321 York St., Beaver Dam, 
Wis., Marketing, Sigma Nu — Social Chairman; CHARLES 
RODNEY LYNCH, 400 Fairview Dr., Charleston, W. Va.. 
Industrial Management. SAM: JAMES BRIAN MAHAF- 
FEY, Rt. 3, Box 314, Parkersburg. W. Va., Industrial Man- 
agement, Sigma Phi Epsilon, SAM; HOWARD JUNIOR 
MANN, 201 S. College St., Martinsburg, W. Va.. Account- 
ing, Phi Sigma Kappa. 




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TERRY LEE MARCUS, 536 East Washington St., Charles 
Town, W. Va., Accounting, Beta Theta Pi; J. CRAIG 
MARTIN, 816 Honeysuckle Dr., Martinsburg, W. Va., 
Management, Phi Sigma Kappa, SAM; RONALD D. 
MARUCA, 827 Railroad St., Turtle Creek, Pa.. Marketing, 
SAM: IOSEPH T. McBRIDE, 123 Elizabeth Ave., Laval- 
lette. N.J.. Economics. 



MONTA McGILVRA, Ireland, W. Va., Marketing, SAM; 
CAROL ANN McNICH, 1807 Virginia St., Moundsville, 
W. Va., Marketing, Kappa Kappa Gamma; DAVID 
FOSTER MOUNT, Rt. 1, Spencer, W. Va., Industrial 
Management, Sigma Chi, SAM, Student Representative — 
Curriculum Committee; LEO MYERS, 531 Michigan Ave., 
Westover, W. Va., Industrial Management. 



JESS O. PARK III, 728 Mt. Vernon Ave., Pairmont, W. 
Va., Finance. Circle K Club, SAM; FRANK ANTHONY 
PIETRANTON, JR., 3241 Orchard St., Weirton, W. Va., 
Economics, Sphinx, Festival of Ideas — Chairman, Moun- 
tainlair Program Board — Chairman of Fine Arts Commit- 
tee; WILLIAM C. PIPER, Washington Farms, Wheeling. 
W. Va., Industrial Management, Sigma Nu, Fi Batar Cap- 
par, Helvetia: WILLIAM R. PHELPS, 500 Grant St., Luke, 
Md.. Accounting, Beta Alpha Psi, SAM. 



MICKEY RAYMOND PLUMLEY, Apt. 6-33 Wilson St.. 
Westover, W. Va.. Marketing, Football; GREGORY F. 
PRESLEY. 608 East 10th Ave., Tarentum, Pa.. Accounting; 
JOHN PTAK. 77 Lemon St., Uniontown, Pa.. Finance, 
SAM; GREGORY C. REYNOLDS, 605 Mace St., Greens- 
burg, Pa., Industrial Management. Sigma Phi Epsilon. IFC 
Honor Court. 



DOUGLAS W. RHODES. Rt. 2, Tunnelton. W. Va.. Ac- 
counting, Young Democrats; WILLIAM Q. ROSEN- 
GARTEN, 6031 Emerald Harbor Dr., Sarasota, Fla„ Com- 
merce, SAM, Young Democrats; DAVID O. RUBRECHT, 
907 Chappell Road, Charleston, W. Va., Industrial Man- 
agement. Newman Club, SAM; GARY LEE RYMER, R.D. 
2. Box 93, Sisterville. W. Va.. Industrial Management. 



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LOUIS E. SCHEGGIA, 35 Eggleston St., Uniontown, Pa., 
Industrial Management, SAMi GREGORY M. SCHLUN- 
EKER, 7487 Reno Dr. N.E., Louisville, Ohio, Marketing, 
Fi Patar Cappar, Varsity Club, Kappa Sigma: BRENDA 
SCOTT, 911 Ann St., Parkersburg, W. Va., Merchandising, 
Student Legislature, 10 Best-Dressed. Gamma Phi Beta; 
WILLIAM E. SENSENEY, 530 S. George S.E., Charles 
Town, W. Va., Marketing, Sigma Phi Epsilon — Pres., IFC, 
Fi Batar Cappar. 



RALPH M. SHAHAN II, 442 Walnut St., Grafton, W. Va.. 
Marketing, Drum Major, Kappa Kappa Psi, University 
Trombone Ensemble; MICHAEL SPROUTS, 384 Forest 
Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Marketing, SAM; ROBERT 
CURT STIER, 1426 Alps Road, Wayne, N.J., Accounting, 
Sigma Chi: RUSSELL M. STITT, 9396 Northgate Dr.. 
Allison Park, Pa., Marketing, SAM, Special Events Com- 
mittee. 



E. JEFFREY STOLL, 64 Bay Ave., Atlantic Highlands, 
N.J., Industrial Management, Soccer Team, Army ROTC: 
FRANK L. STULTZ, 1307 7th St., Moundsville, W. Va., 
Industrial Management, SAM; MICHAEL C. SUDDUTH, 
Rt. 4, Box 177, Bluefield, W. Va., Marketing, Fi Batar 
Cappar. Phi Kappa Psi, Greek Week Steering Committee: 
TERRENCE J. TEAGUE, 4724 Wuccingford. Pittsburgh. 
Pa., Marketing, Theta Chi. 



RICARDO A. TALAVERA, Parque Sanabria #2 (Norte 6). 
Caracas, Venezuela, S.A., Marketing, SAM; RONALD F. 
TOMSIC, 158 East College St., Cannonsburg, Pa., Account- 
ing; JOHN A. VERED, 19 Fairview St., Weirton, W. Va., 
Pi Kappa Alpha, SAM, Student Party: CAROLYN DIANE 
VICK, 611 College Ave., Bluefield, W. Va., Finance, 
Gamma Phi Beta, Student Legislature. Monticola Staff. 



DONALD J. WALKER, 608 Woodland Ave., Emporium, 
Pa., Marketing, SAM; JOHN M. WEBER, 413 Willis Ave.. 
Bridgeport, W. Va., Finance, SAM, Circle K Club — Pres.; 
CHARLES MICHAEL WHITE, JR., 1905 S. Pittsburg St.. 
S. Connellsville, Pa., Marketing, Pi Kappa Alpha, SAM, 
Ski Club; DAVID B. WHITE, 214 Harrison St., Clarks- 
burg, W. Va., Marketing, Phi Sigma Kappa — Pres.. Fi 
Batar Cappar. Army ROTC. 



RICHARD C. WILLIAMS. 200 Summers St., Beckley, W. 
Va., Marketing, Kappa Alpha, Monticola Staff — Business 
Manager, Homecoming Steering Committee; ROBERT D. 
WILLS, JR., 17 E. Main St., Richwood, W. Va., Finance, 
SAM. 




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Creative Arts Center 




Dean Richard E. Duncan 
Creative Arts Center 




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GULHIS CELAYIR, 295 Bonar Ave., Waynesburg, Pa.. 
Fine Arts: BEVERLY DENNISON. 457 22nd St.. Dunbar. 
W.Va., Music, Mu Phi Epsilon, Camerata Singers, Kappa 
Delta— Pres.; LARRI PAT DONALDSON, 50T/i Buffalo 
Ave., Fairmont, W.Va., Music Education, Mu Phi Epsilon, 
Tau Beta Sigma, University Singers and Wind Symphony: 
GAIL E. EROR, 210 Pennsylvania Ave., Cumberland, Md., 
Music Education, Gamma Phi Beta — House Pres., Mu Phi 
Epsilon — Treas., Mortar Board — Treas. 



JOYCE L. FESSIDES, Scottwynd Terrace, RD 1. Har- 
mony. Pa.. Drama, National Collegiate Players: REBA 
PESTUN JONES. Mountaineer Mobile Park Lot 35. Mor- 
gantown. W.Va., Music Education, Mu Phi Epsilon: MARK 
V. MALLARE, 93 Falconer St., Jamestown, N.Y.. Music 
Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha; ANNA 
FAYE OTT, 264 Waitman St., Morgantown, W.Va., Music 
Education, Panhellenic President, Mu Phi Epsilon, Gamma 
Phi Beta. 



SUE ANN PAULEY, 6414 McCorkle Ave., St. Albans, 
W.Va., Music Education, Gamma Phi Beta — Pledge Direc- 
tor, Student Legislature: JUDY PETRICCA, RD. 2, Box 
15B. Burgettstown, Pa., Music Education, University Sing- 
ers, University Wind Symphony, Mu Phi Epsilon; MARY 
T. ROSENECKER. 212 East Maple Ave., Fayetteville, 
W.Va., Music Education and Math, M.E.N.C.,; LAW- 
RENCE SKROBACS, Box 155, Daisytown, Pa.. Applied 
Music, Orchestra, University Singers. 



KAREN PFLEEGER SMITH, 44 Anderson Place. Mor- 
gantown, W.Va., Music Education, Orchestra, M.E.N.C; 
DONALD L. TRIPLETT, 80 Devan Ave., Uniontown, Pa., 
Drama, Choreographer "My Fair Lady", Pinocchio in chil- 
dren's theatre production, Tony in the W.V.U. Production 
of the -Boyfriend"; MARIANNE VERNILE. 506 Bassi 
Dr., Versailles. McKeesport. Pa.. Music Education, Mu Phi 
Epsilon. 




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Phi Mu Alpha 




MUSIC HONORARY FOR MEN— FIRST ROW: Mr. Thomas Canning, Advisor; Bernard 
Wytko. David Wojcik, Treasurer; Mark Mallare. President; Ronald DiLorenzo, Vice Presi- 
dent; Ted Kovalk, Secretary; James Howe, Roddy Hibbs. SECOND ROW: George Felty, 
Glen McCarthy, Larry Virtue, Glenn Gamble, Fred Kesner, Reed Bigham, Gerald Somazze, 
Glen Ross, Paul Criswell, Robert Perriello. THIRD ROW: Buddy Gray, David Benedum. Jan 
Youngdahl, Joseph Wytko. John Klingberg, Gordon Mead. Fred Weaver. Jan Frye, Jay Brabban. 



NATIONAL MUSIC HONORARY FOR WOMEN— FIRST ROW: Sue Stout. May King 
Edgar, May Polandski, Lari Pat Donaldson, Gail Eror, Phyllis Appolonia. SECOND ROW: 
Adrienne Susan, Lynnette Talovich, Julianne Sages, Jeanne Poole, Mary Ellen Fisher, Ann 
Kisinger, Susan Zippay. THIRD ROW: Sandy Anderson, Elaine Kallas, Anna Long, Pam 
Mauer, Paula Gatian, Beverly Dennison. 




Mu Phi Epsilon 



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School of Engineering 




Chester A Arents 

Dean of the School of Engineering 




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CHARLES K. AMOS. JR.. RT. 4. Box 240. Princeton 
W.Va.. Chemical, Pi Kappa Alpha. Student Legislature: 
AICHE; GERALD T. BALCZON, 2203 Wayne St.. Erie. 
Pa.. Industrial; AIIE: THEODORE C. BARKER. 109 R 
Center Ave.. Weston. W.Va., Chemical, Alpha Pi Mu, Tau 
Beta Pi. Omega Chi Epsilon; LARRY N. BITNER, RD. 1. 
Box 79, Connellsville. Pa., Mechanical. 



JOHN H. BODER, 9556 Magellan Dr., Pgh. Pa., Mechani- 
cal. ASME: LESLIE F. BOORD. RD. 4, Willowbrook Rd.. 
Belle Vernon. Pa.. Mechanical; STEVEN L. BROWN, 484 
Lawnview Dr., Morgantown, W.Va., Mechanical. Delta Tau 
Delta, ASME, ACP: WILLIAM PEYTON BROWN, 928 
Fairfax Drive, Morgantown, W.Va., Chemical, Tau Beta Pi. 
Omega Chi Epsilon, AICHE. 



CHESTER ARTHUR BURDETTE. JR., Procious. W.Va., 
Electrical; JOHN W. BURHART. 740 Ridgeway Ave.. 
Morgantown. W.Va., Mechanical. ASME; BYRON DOUG- 
LAS CAMPELL, 4503 Whited Dr.. Vienna. W.Va.. Chemi- 
cal, Omega Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi, AICHE; WILLIAM 
ROBERT CATTRELL, 3901 Beaumont Dr., Weirton. W.Va.. 
Industrial, Pi Kappa Alpha, Tau Beta Pi. Alpha Pi Mu. 



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FRANK CERMINARA. 1052 Highland Ave., Follansbee, 
W. Va., Industrial. Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu — Vice-Pies., 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; KENNETH FRED CODELUPPI, R.D. 
2, Sweeney Plan, Belle Vernon, Va., Industrial, Kappa 
Sigma. Student Legislature. Fi Bata Cappar; RODERICK 
LITTEN CRAMER, 426 Morris Ave., Westoner, W. Va., 
Industrial, AIIE; GEORGE W. CUMMINGS, JR.. Morton 
St., New Eagle. Pa.. Mechanical. 



DAVID L. FABER. Rt. 1, Box 15, Worthington, W. Va., 
Mechanical, Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma, ASME; 
CHARLES J. FLEISCHER, JR., 61 Griesmere St., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Industrial, AIIE, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu: 
JIMMIE R. FLESHMAN, Petertown, W. Va., Industrial, 
Tau Beta Pi— Vice-Pres., Alpha Pi Mu, AIIE; ARTHUR 
LEE FORD. Box 171, Corriganville, Md., Aerospace, 
AIAA. 



MIKE GIUSTI, 664 Stratton St., Logan, W. Va., Chemical, 
Delta Tau Delta— Pres., Sphinx, AICHE; EVERETT W. 
GLOVER. JR.. 51P/2 East Park Ave., Fairmont, W. Va.. 
Civil, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi; STEPHEN GOOD, Box 
331, Shepherdstown, W. Va., Mechanical, SAM, ASME; 
LEWIS G. GRIMM, 221 Howard St., Clarksburg, W. Va., 
Civil, Chi Epsilon, Debate Society. Delta Sigma Rho — Tau 
Kappa Alpha. 



DOUGLAS CLARK HEAVNER, 105 Beverly Rd., Butler, 
Pa., Industrial, AIIE, College Veterans Club: JAMES L. 
HERNDON. 808 Sweet Acres Dr.. St. Albans, W. Va., 
Civil, Sphinx, Student Legislature, Sigma Chi — Pres.; 
JAMES D. HINKLE III, Lightburn St.. Buckhannon, W. 
Va., Industrial, AIIE; JOHN T. HORNER. JR., Rt. 1, 
Hedgesville, W. Va., Electrical, IEEE. 



RICHARD LEE JAMIESON, 75 Morrison Dr., Pittsburg. 
Pa., Industrial, AIIE, Gymnastics; H. GREGORY JA- 
RANKO, 168 Spruce St., Morgantown, W. Va., Mechani- 
cal, Outing Club, Russian Club; RUSSELL L. KING, JR.. 
1261 Satellite Circle. Upper St. Clair. Mechanical, ASME, 
Ski Club— Vice-Pres.; RICHARD T. KREHNOVI, 900 
Eighth Ave., Conway, Pa., Mechanical, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
ASME. 



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WILLIAM M. LANHAM, JR., 317 Berkley St., Charles- 
ton, W. Va.. Chemical, Tau Beta Pi, Omega Chi Epsilon, 
AICHE SAM LAUIN, Rt. 2, Box 199, Bluefield. W. Va., 
Mechanical. Delta Tau Delta. ASME; ANTHONY 
EMILIO LICATA, 27 Eight St., Hicksville, N.Y., Mechan- 
ical: JOHN H. MALVIN, Box 246, Rivesville, W. Va., 
Civil, ASCE. 



JOHN WARREN MARTIN II. 501 Orchard St., Webster 
Springs, W. Va.. Industrial, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu— 
Pres., AIIE; STEPHEN H. MASON, 609 27th St., Vienna, 
W. Va.. Chemical, AICHE; DANIEL JOSEPH Mc- 
DERMOTT. 1257 Northwestern Dr., Monroeville, Pa.. 
Aerospace, Swimming Team, Sigma Gamma Tau, AIAA; 
ROBERT A. NOVAK, 1309 Kegg Ave.. Johnstown, Pa.. 
Aerospace. 



DAVID A. PRICE, 610 V 2 Eighth St., Fairmont, W. Va., 
Civil, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi: JORGE R. RAMIREZ, 
Chitre, Republic of Panama, Industrial, International Stu- 
dents Association: GLENN THOMAS REED, Box 320, 
Athens Star Route, Princeton, W. Va., Civil, Tau Beta Pi, 
Chi Epsilon. ASCE: RICHARD G. REPA1RE, II, 1045 
First Ave.. Montgomery. W. Va., Mechanical, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. ASME. Student Committees. 



SALVADORE ROSSI. Box 173, Coalton, W. Va., Chem- 
ical. Tau Beta Pi. Omega Chi Epsilon, AICHE: BYRD C. 
STUTER, 104 Green Street, Belleville, Pa., Mechanical, 
Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society: ROBERT L. WAL- 
LACE, II. Rt. 1. Box 12, Clintonville, W. Va., Aerospace, 
Alpha Phi Omega, AIAA: KENNETH ARDEN WARD. 
Box 82, Clay, W. Va., Mechanical, ASME, Phi Tau Sigma. 



GARY EUGENE WEBB. Rt. 2, Box 74-A. Walker. 
W. Va.. Chemical, AICHE. Tau Beta Pi: ROY WHIPP. 
Walnut Lane, Burlington, W. Va., Chemical, Kappa Alpha, 
Omega Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi: ROGER B. WILLIAMS. 
2275 Corene Dr.. Marietta. Ga.. Industrial. Phi Delta 
Theta, Student Legislature. Interfraternity Council: 
RICHARD D. YANCICH. Box 1. Pilliner. Pa.. Mechani- 
cal. ASME. 



EUGENE M. ZVOLENSKY. 84 Clipper Ave., Edison. 
N.J., Industrial, Kappa Sigma. AIIE. Student Party. 




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ENGINEERING HONORARY— FIRST ROW: E. Ahmadi, William M. Lanham. Jr., Joseph 
S. Luchini, President: Ben Blair. Cerry W. Harbaugh, Michael W. Nugen, Jim Fleshman, Vice 
President; Elden M. George. SECOND ROW: Gary Webb, Larry Derenge. A. Kurt Scurler, 
Robert Van Meter, Woodrow Corley. Charles J. Fleischer, Jr., Cataloguer; Dennis A. Zalar, 
Robert R. Isiminger, Jr. THIRD ROW: Donald L. Winter, B. Douglas Campbell. Roland E. 
Dubbe, S. Rossi, Charles Traugh. Jimmy Travis, William P. Brown, Lyle J. Iman. 



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Human Resources 
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Delmas F. Miller 

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SUSAN KATHLEEN ADKINS, 2796 Emmons Ave., Hunt- 
ington, W. Va., English Education, Junior Executive Con- 
ference Committee, Mountainlair Forum Committee, 
Mountaineer Week Team; DEBORAH DIANNE AGNEW, 
New Creek, W. Va., Secondary Education; MARY KATH- 
RYN ALVARCZ, 205 Locust Rd., Bridgeport, W. Va., 
Speech Pathology. Sigma Alpha Eta; LIBBY ANDERSON, 
5421 Washington Ave., Charleston, W. Va., Human Re- 
sources. 



JOHN WARDEN ASH. 416 6th St., Glen Dale, W. Va., 
Biology, Secondary Education, Beta Theta Pi, Arnold Air 
Society, AF ROTC; RITA B. ASH, Rt. 1, Box 254, Wil- 
sonburg, W. Va., Family Resources; LINDA KATHRYN 
BAKER, 1208 Hanlin Way, Weirton, W. Va., Elementary 
Education, Student Party; ROGER C. BALLANTYNE, Rt. 
8, Box 49, Morgantown, W. Va., Secondary Education, 
Veteran's Club. 



NANCY L. BEIHL, 2616 Vance Ave., Wheeling, W. Va„ 
Family Resources, Orchesis; MARTHA BRIGGS, 609 Indi- 
ana Ave., Chester, W. Va., Elementary Education; HOLLY 
HUGHES BROOKS, 3537 Collins Ferry Rd., Morgantown, 
W. Va., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha 
Eta; JUDY BUCKLEW, Fairmont. W. Va., Human Re- 
sources, Alpha Phi. Omicron Nu. 



ANITA JANE BUNK. 12 Park St.. Warren, Pa., Home 
Economics, SAAP, Newman Movement, Residence Hall 
Staff; WILLIAM K. BUNNER, Rt. 2. Box 45, Fairview, 
W. Va., Secondary Education, Young Democrats; M. 
KATHLEEN BURNS, 42 Pershing Ave., Uniontown. Pa., 
Business Education. Ski Club, Student Party; GRAHAM A. 
CAMPBELL, 280 Biery's Bridge Road, Bethlehem, Pa., 
Elementary Education, ACEI — Vice-Pres. 



TONI LOUISE CAPUTO, 788 Twin Oaks Dr., Bridgeport, 
W. Va., Family Resources; PAMELA DODD CARR, 1206 
N. Walker St., Princeton, W. Va., Speech Pathology and 
Audiology, Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha ETA; DEBORAH J. 
CASTO, 2615 Brooklyn Dr., Parkersburg. W. Va., Second- 
ary Education. Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Delta Pi; KANDACE 
M. CLARK, 1440 Hillcrest Ave., Washington, Pa., Family 
Resources, Phi Upsilon Omicron, WVU Home Economics 
Chapter. 



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SHERRIE LYNN CLARK, 424 Parkside Road, Camp Hill, 
Pa., Family Resources, Student Party, VIRGINIA L. 
CLARK, 1335 Main St., Wellsburg, W. Va., Elementary 
Education; LOIS JEAN COBB, 411 Washington Ave., 
Clarksburg. W. Va., Dietetics: JUDY A. COLLINS, Moore- 
field. W. Va., Family Resources, ACEI, AHEA. 



DANA KAY CON LEY. 120 Dickson St., Weirton, W. Va., 
Speech Pathology and Audiology, YWCA — Treasurer, 
Sigma Alpha Eta— Secretary; CHRISTINE CONNELLY. 
306 Church St., West Union, W. Va., Home Economics, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicron Nu, Ski Club; JANE ANN 
CONWAY, 1028 S. Henry Ave.. Elkins. W. Va., Elemen- 
tary Education; BETSY ANNE CROUCH, 1819 Virginia 
St.. Moundsville. W. Va., Elementary Education. 



KATHRYN ANN DAVIS. Rt. 4. Box 217, Keyser, W. Va., 
Secondary Education, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Mon- 
ticola Staff: CAROLYN SUE DAY. Rt. 2. Box 266-A. 
Berryville, Va.. Elementary Education; KAREN V. De- 
ANTONIO. Box 313, Marianna, Pa.. Vocational Home Ec- 
onomics, Home Economics Club — Publicity Chairman. 
Academic Forum; JUDITH ELAINE DICKENS, Rock 
Creek, W. Va., Elementary Education. 



CANDITA DiBACCO, Box 114, Thomas, W. Va.. Family 
Resources, Kappa Delta. National Home Economics Chap- 
ter; JOHN PHILLIP DORSEY, Box 251, Franklin, W. Va.. 
Elementary Education; ROSEMARY C. DUDEK, 545 S. 
Broad St., Eliz.. N.J.. Education; SARAH E. DUNN. Rt. 1. 
Box 101, Fairview Rd., Pt. Pleasant. W. Va.. Human Re- 
sources, Pi Beta Phi. Phi Upsilon Omicron — Vice-Pres. 



LINDA ALICE EDISON, River Glen Apts. 110-A, 173 E. 
Michigan Ave., Three Rivers, Michigan, Secondary Educa- 
tion, Kappa Delta Pi. Zeta Phi Eta. YWCA: VICTORIA 
JO ERWIN. 109 Forest Dr., Charleston, W. Va., Elemen- 
tary Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma; MEGAN EVANS, 
3675 Middleboro Rd., Pgh, Pa., Family Resources; M. 
JANE FETTY, 3808 Cypress St., Parkersburg, W. Va., 
Family Resources, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Omicron Nu. 




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LINDA JEAN FOE, Box 5, Cass, W. Va.. Family Re- 
sources: MARY BETH FREELAND. 442 Water St., Ben- 
wood, W. Va.. Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma 
Alpha Eta: MARCIA FRIEDLINE. R.D. 3, Box 166, 
Somerset, Pa., Music Education. Kappa Delta, Student 
Party: SHEILA S. GOLDEN, Rt. 2, Bristol, W. Va., 
Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta, Young 
Republicans, SAAP. 



SARAH LOUISE GOOD, 4205 Virginia Ave., Charleston, 
W. Va., Elementary Education, Alpha Xi Delta; CYN- 
THIA ANN GOLDSWORTHY, 35 S. Church St., Keyser, 
W. Va., Secondary Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Monticola 
Staff: RHONDA SUE GOODMAN, 104 Coughlan St.. 
Berkeley Springs. W. Va., Home Economics, Chi Omega; 
ANN GRACEY, Charles Town, Elementary Education, 
Gamma Phi Beta. 



BEBERLY GRINDLE, 15 Dent St., Elkins, W. Va., Ele- 
mentary Education, SNEA; BARBARA ANN GUM, 464 
Hillview Dr., Morgantown. W. Va., Secondary Education, 
Gamma Phi Beta; SUE LEE GWINN, Box 224, Clendenin. 
W. Va., Family Resources: CORA L. HAMILTON, 10305 
Orange Grove Dr., Tampa. Fla.. Family Resources, AWS — 
Open Door Series. 



GLENN HAMILTON, 11 Club Crest Rd., Fairmont. W. 
Va., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma 
Alpha Eta, Eta Sigma Phi; CHRISTINA L. HARMAN, 
Box 141, Harman, W. Va., Home Economics, Phi Upsilon 
Omicron: NELA I. HARRIS, New Creek, W. Va., Second- 
ary Education, SNEA; SUE A. HAWKINS, 1151 Village 
Way, Fairmont, W. Va., Family Resources, Omicron Nu, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron. 



BONNIE D. HERVEY, 4 Cavalier Dr., Huntington, W. 
Va., Home Economics, Tri Delta, Mountainlair Decorations 
Committee. Homecoming Committee: PAMELA JO HIL- 
LEGAS, 173 Glenhorst Dr., Verona, Pa., Elementary Edu- 
cation: JO ANN HOLT, Box 84, Confluence, Pa., Family 
Resources, Alpha Delta Pi, Student Party; JENNIE HOLZ, 
1517 Connell Road, Charleston, W. Va., Secondary Educa- 
tion, Alpha Phi. 



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GAYLE J. HORAK. 110 N. Diamond St., Mt. Pleasant, 
Pa.. Elementary Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Studette, AWS 
Committees; MAUREEN ANNE HUTCHISON, 94 Pleas- 
ant View Dr., Wayne. N.J., Secondary Education, Chi 
Omega. Phi Alpha Theta: JORENE HILTON. Charleston, 
W. Va.. Elementary Education, Chi Omega — Co-Social 
Chairman; STEPHANIE JO IVES. Rt. 1. Chestertown, 
Md., Elementary Education. 



SADIE JOHN. National Pike West. Uniontown. Pa., Home 
Economics, Phi Upsilon Omicron — Pres., Student Legisla- 
ture. Delta Delta Delta— Secretary; BETTY ANNE 
JONES, 225 Navajo Road, Pittsburg, Pa., Elementary Edu- 
cation. Pi Beta Phi — Vice-Pres., Homecoming Committee; 
SHARON JONES, 1302 Peacock Lane, Fairmont, W. Va., 
Interior Design, Delta Delta Delta; THERESA J. KAP- 
PEL, 730 Fifth St.. New Martinsville, W. Va., Speech 
Pathology, Alpha Phi. Sigma Alpha Eta. 



PATRICIA A. KEESECKER, R.F.D. #2, Box 84bb, Mar- 
tinsburg, W. Va., Family Resources. Chi Omega. Phi Upsi- 
lon Omicron. Five Most Beautiful Coeds; JEANNE 
ELLEN KING, 1343 North State Rt. 2. New Martinsville, 
W. Va., Elementary Education, Chi Omega. Lair Commit- 
tee; SUSAN YVONNE KLATSKIN, 106-F Northgate 
Apts. Cranbury. N.J.. Business Education. Sigma Tau 
Sigma; JEANNE ANNE LAMBERT, Box 217, Hundred. 
W. Va.. Secondary Education. 



RUTH A. LATIMOR, R.D. 2, Belle Vernon, Pa., Elemen- 
tary Education: MARIE LEACH, 2118 Holswade Dr.. 
Hunnington, W. Va., Education. Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Greek Week, Glamour Style Show; BARBARA ANN 
LEWIS, Bo\ 25, Red House, W. Va.. Elementary Educa- 
tion. Mountaineer Christian Fellowship; JANE LINDSAY. 
1901 Washington Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va.. Home Eco- 
nomics. Home Economics Club. 



LINDA L. LINK, RFD =2, Box 19, Kearneysville. W. Va., 
Secondary Education, Pi Beta Phi — Treasurer; ANNETTE 
LUCARELLI. 14 Hawthorne Ct.. Wheeling. W. Va., Fam- 
ily Resources: KATHY R. LYTLE, 6727 Lombardy Dr.. 
West Mifflin, Pa., Speech; DIANA LYNN MAGLE, Fam- 
ily Resources, Alpha Pi — Hostess, Angel Flight. 




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SARAH JANE HEATER, 47 South Florida St., Buckhan- 
non, W. Va., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Orchesis; 
Sigma Alpha Eta; PATRICIA E. MARKWOOD, 206 Wil- 
lard St., Terra Alta, W. Va., History Education, Kappa 
Delta; BILLY H. MARSHALL, 112 Academy Court, Fay- 
etteville, W. Va., Secondary Education, Kappa Delta Pi, 
University Theatre, Cultural Committee — Co-ordinator; 
PEGGY LEE MATTINGLY, Box 21, Willow Island, W. 
Va., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta. 



MARGARET MAY, 506 Grant St., Newell, W. Va., 
Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta; BEV- 
ERLY J. McCOY, 467 Main St., Oak Hill, W. Va., Sec- 
ondary Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Hill Judiciary Board, 
Parents Weekend Steering Committee; COLLEEN E. Mc- 
GEE, 70 Roland Rd., Murray Hill, N.J., Family Resources, 
Alpha Delta Pi — Vice-Pres., Student Party, Judiciary 
Board; DARLENE McWREATH, 1465 Henderson Ave., 
Washington, Pa., Family Resources. 



LINDA LOUISE MILLER, 1469 Senior Dr., Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Math Education, Student Party; ELLA MAXINE 
MITCHEM, Box 85, Crumpler, W. Va., Secondary Educa- 
tion; NANCY JEAN MOORE, 421 James St., Bridgeport, 
W. Va., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Ita; 
W. JOY MORRIS, 357 Cohasset Dr., Biology Education, 
Chi Omega. Dolphins. 



SANDRA MYERS, 1149 Beadhead Rd., Monace, Pa., Eng- 
lish and Business Education; PATRICIA LEE NEFF, 802 
Irene Dr., Westchester, Pa., Home Economics, Chi Omega 
— Secretary, Sorority Week Steering Committee, Pan- 
hellenic Council: BONNIE JEAN NELSON, 832 Louise 
Ave., Morgantown, W. Va., Speech Pathology and Audiol- 
ogy; RUBY LYNN OPACIC, 3218 Jane St., Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Elementary Education, Delta Delta Delta, Orchesis. 



ROBIN M. OWINGS, 181 Circle Dr., Fairmont. W. Va., 
Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta; PA- 
TRICIA PANARELLA, R.D. *4, Belle Vernon, Pa., Home 
Economics, Ski Club: KATHRYN DIANE PANTAPLUS, 
381 Markin Ave., Beckley, W. Va.. Family Resources, 
WVU Drill Team; SHARON PAYNE, Rt. 1, Box 38. 
Clendenin. W. Va., Home Economics Education. 



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BARBARA PHILLIPS, 360 W. 22nd St., New York, N.Y., 
Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Omicron, AHEA: MOLLY 
JEAN PITCHER, Rt. 9, Box 312, Morgantown. W. Va.. 
Elementary Education: DEBORAH P. PUGH, Hacker Val- 
ley. W. Va.. Secondary Education; TERRIE PURPURA, 
120 15th St., Wheeling, W. Va.. Secondary Education, Pi 
Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi AWS General Council. 



ELAINE QUATTRO, 956 Hickory Grade Rd., Bridgeville, 
Pa., Home Economics, Phi Upsilon Omicron: MARY ANN 
RAFTER, 110 Howard St.. Westernport. Md.. Speech 
Pathology and Audiology, Sigma Alpha Eta; JEANNE 
RAM ME. 200 Surfview Dr., Pacific Palisades, Calif., Com- 
merce Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi; LINDA 
SUE RAWE, 783 Fifth St., New Martinsville, W. Va., 
Family Resources, Student Party. 



DALE A. RAWLINGS, 138 Chestnut St., Keyser, W. Va., 
Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
WVU NRCA; SUSAN M. REILLY, 614 Marshall St., Mc- 
Mechen. W. Va., Library Science; TERRY MARIE 
REEVES, Box G, Westernport, Md., Elementary Educa- 
tion; LINDA M. RICHARDSON. Box 5326 Cresaptown, 
Md., Family Resources, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Omicron 
Nu, ACEI. 



PHYLLIS FAYE RIFE, Box 23, Spelter, W. Va., Family 
Resources; NANCY KAY ROBINETT, 138 Crisswill Rd. 
St. Clairsville, Ohio, Dietetics; JACQUELYN E. RAUSH 
324 Hancock Ave., Vandergrift, Pa., Elementary Education 
Delta Gamma — Rush Chairman, Angel Flight, ACP Dele 
gate; ROGER PAUL SCHWAB, 507 Mars St., Johnstown 
Pa., Secondary Education, Phi Alpha Theta, Young Repub 
licans. 



KATHY SEAVER, 1512 N. Walker St., Princeton, W. Va., 
Speech Therapy. Legislature, Forum Committee, Faculty 
Senate Representative; MARGARET ANN SCOTT, Rt. 6, 
Box 545-A, Charleston, W. Va., Elementary Education, In- 
tervarsity Christian Fellowship, YWCA; RHODA CAR- 
ROLL SHAW. 2616 Lincoln St., Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., 
Speech, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Public Relations Commit- 
tee, Greek Week Steering Committee; ANNE SHEA, 137 
Mayer Dr., Pittsburgh 37, Pa., Elementary Education. 




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ROBERT H. SIGLER, JR., 13 Woodmere Rd., West Cald- 
well, N.J., Secondary Education, Alpha Phi Omega; 
JOYCE SUE SKINNER, 958 28th St., Parkersburg, W.Va., 
Elementary Education, Delta Gamma; BEVERLY A. 
SMITH, 284 South River Ave., Weston, W.Va.. Secondary 
Education, Young Republicans; PATRICA A. SMITH, 
7215 McCurdy Place. Ben Avon, Pittsburg, Pa., Family 
Resources, Alpha Delta Pi. 



ANN SPENCER, Box 551, Hamlin. W.Va., Home Eco- 
nomics Education: MARY LOU SPRING, Great Cacapon, 
W.Va., Family Resources; VIRGINIA ELLEN STONE, 
533 Ridgewood Rd.. Huntington, W.Va., Home Economics 
with Art emphasis, Alpha Xi Delta, Pershing Rifles, Moun- 
tainettes; KAREN LYNNE SURATT, 2940 Winters Rd., 
Huntington, W.Va., Secondary Education — English and 
French, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, University Fine 
Arts Committee. 



VICTORIA ANN TARANTINO, 101 Ashcraft Court, 
Clarksburg, W.Va., Secondary Education, Mountainlair 
Committee, Student Education Association, Dorm Activities 
Committee; THOMAS J. TARWOSKY, 3922 Brightway, 
Weirton, W.Va., Secondary Education, Young Democrats; 
PAMELA SUE THACKER. 212 Queen St., Beckley, 
W.Va., Home Economics, Delta Delta Delta, 10 Best- 
Dressed 1969-70; CAROL Q. TISSUE, 612 Edgehill Dr.. 
St. Albans, W.Va., Secondary Education — Social Studies, 
Delta Gamma. Student Party, Mountainlair Special Events 
Committee — Pres. 



LINDA TRES1NO, 2423 Momingside Ave., Parkersburg, 
W.Va., Delta Tau Delta Sweetheart (1968); CAROLYN 
TROUT, 2807 Dudley Ave.. Parkersburg, W.Va., Elemen- 
tary Education, Treasurer of The Hill; MARY LOU 
WALKER, 1308 7th Ave., Charleston, W.Va., Elementary 
Education, Tournaments & Games Committee; SHERRY 
LYNN WARNER, Alma, W.Va., Secondary Education- 
Science, Y.W.C.A. 



SUSAN LYNN WEIKLE, Box 236, Alderson, W.Va., Ele- 
mentary Education, Y.W.C.A.; MRS. PATRICIA W. WIL- 
LIAMS; Nrao, Green Bank. W.Va.. Elementary Education; 
PRESTON G. WHITE, JR., Box 8, Hillsboro, W.Va.. 
Speech Pathology & Audiology Sigma Alpha Eta; BARBARA 
A. WHITING. 301 East Main St.. Glenville, W.Va., Speech 
Therapy. 



MARY FLORENCE WILSON, New York, Family Re- 
sources, Kappa Kappa Gamma, SAAP; PATRICIA ANN 
WOLFE. 101 Fairway St., Weirton, W.Va., Elementary Ed- 
ucation; CAROL JEAN WOODSON. RD. 1, Box 337. 
Belle Vernon, Pa., Elementary Education; JOANNE M. 
YURIK, 640 Shirls Ave.. Washington, Pa., Family Re- 
sources. 



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Zeta Phi Eta 




ALPHA RHO CHAPTER OF NATIONAL SPEECH HONORARY— FIRST ROW: Beverly 
Wilcox, Vice President: Linda Snodgrass, President; Beverly Liston, Projects Chairman. SEC- 
OND ROW: Martha Hollen, Cathy Chinowith, Dee Rhodes, Lu Jones, Donna Corbin, Cindy 
Phillips, Linda Edison, Glenna Hamilton, Nancy Williams, Judy King. THIRD ROW: Margie 
Hulbert. Barbara Shelosky, Brenda Nichols, Lynn Wilson, Linda Gray. Carol Wilson. Angela 
Pizztella. 



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PROFESSIONAL HOME ECONOMICS HONORARY— FIRST ROW: Debbie Frye Burner, 
Corresponding Secretary; Suzy Johnson, Barbara Phillips, Sadie John, President; Camille 
Bartman, Cheryl Cooper. SECOND ROW: Sarah Dunn Fisher. Vice President— Projects; Sue 
Hawkins. Recording Secretary; Linda Hammack, Chaplain; Linda Richardson, Vice President — 
Projects; Becky Byrant, Candle Reporter, Elaine Quattro, Historian. THIRD ROW: Pat Shulz, 
Kathy Butcher, Donna Coughlin, Connie Scott, Judith Lurowski, Susan Gwinn, Bertha Coplin, 
Megan Evans, Linda Newcome, Carol Dawson, Candy Clark, Fran Lyman, Connie Gate- 
house, Janet Martin, Judy Casto, Diane Shutts, Elaine Zanburg. Nancy Milligan, Susan Skaggs. 



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Omicron 



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School of Journalism 




Guy H. Stewart 

Dean of the School of Journalism 



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JOURNALISM HONORARY FOR MEN— FIRST ROW: Chris Brisbane, Theresa Miller, 
Jan Fliess. SECOND ROW: Professor Paul A. Atkins, Advisor; William Tierman, President: 
Dave Thompson, George Hohmann. 



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ANTHONY JOSEPH BONIDY. 246 McCargo St.. New 
Kensington, Pa., Journalism, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Delta 
Sigma, PRSSA; SHIRLEY FISHER, 115 7th St., Young- 
wood, Pa.. Journalism, Alpha Phi, Theta Sigma Phi. Public 
Relation Student Society of America; DAVID B. FLEM- 
ING. Box 5235, Vienna, W.Va., Journalism. Beta Theta Pi. 
Fi Batar Cappar. Golf Team; PAULA HARMAN, Box 
383, Franklin, W.Va., Journalism Education, 4-H Club, 
Young Republicans, Activities Board — Hill. 



F. BARRY HILLARD, 118 N. Lafayette Ave., Ventnor, 
New Jersey, Journalism (Broadcast), Chi Phi, Intramural 
Bowling; THOMAS W. KUGLE, 41 Center Dr., Camp 
Hill, Pa.. Advertising, Delta Tau Delta. Alpha Delta Sigma; 
PATRICIA ANN LAWRENCE, 535 Elwell Ave.. West 
Mifflin. Pa.. Journalism: JOYCE McCONIKAY, 3504 
Staunton Ave., Charleston, W.Va., Radio and Television, 
Mountainette Drill Team. Woman's Week Committee. 



MICHAEL L. METZ, 8520 Moody Road, Louisville, Ky„ 
Journalism, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Delta Sigma; TOM A. 
ORNDORFF, 206 Battle St., Vienna, W.Va.. Journalism, 
Intramurals, Sports Editor (DA), Sigma Delta Chi: JULI- 
ANNE SHEDD, 125 Ledgewood Dr.. Rochester. N.Y.; 
Public Relations. PRSSA, AWS Committee, Student Ad- 
ministration (PR); KAREN SUE SNIDER, Kopperston, 
W.Va., Journalism, YWCA, Student Party. 



SUSAN STAGGERS, New Creek Dr., Keyser, W.Va., Pub- 
lic Relations, Editor of Monticola; SALLY WRIGHT 
STEPTOE. Showers Lane, Martinsburg, W.Va., Advertising, 
Vice-President of Sr. Class, Delta Gamma, Angel Flight; 
SALLY LANE ULLUM, 508 South Fort Dr., Charleston, 
W.Va., Journalism, Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Sigma Phi, DA 
Staff Reporter; BARBARA WICKLINE, Rt. 3, Box 145. 
Belington, W.Va., Journalism, Daily Athenaeum, Student 
Administration Public Relations Co-ordinator. Delta Delta 
Delta — Scholarship Chairman. 




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Medicine 




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Clark K. Sleeth 

Dean of the School of Medicine 



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Dentristry 



W. Robert Biddington 
Dean of the School of Dentistry 




DANIEL LOUIS DeMARCO, 1303 Buckeys St., Connells- 
ville. Pa.. Pie-Dental, Phi Sigma Kappa. Fi Batar Capper; 
JOHN WILLIAM FOSTER, 37 Shaffer St., Sykesville, Pa., 
Pre-Dental; RONALD J. HAGGERTY, P.O. 117, Keyser, 
W.Va.. Pre-Dental. 



EDWARD BURD LAFFERTY. Box 116. Elizabeth, Pa. 
Pre-Dental; G. LEE SCHAFER, 658 S. Edge Park Dr.. 
Haddonfield, N.J., Pre-Dental. 




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Dental Hygiene 




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JANE MORRIS BAKER, 600 Oakhurst Ave.. Bluefield. 
W.Va., Denial Hygiene, Junior American Dental Hygiene 
Association. 



JANE ELLEN BOYLES. Route 6, Caldwell. Ohio. Dental 
Hygien-, Kappa Delta; MARY DIANE DALZOT, 1257 
Sabraton Ave.. Morgantoun. W.Va., Dental Hygiene, Delta 
Delta, Delta, Junior American Dental Hygienists' Associa- 
tion; M. SUZANNE HAMIL. Box 152-A RD 2, Monte 
Vista. Colorado. Dental Hygiene, Commander of Angel 
Flight. Junior American Dental Hygienists' Association; 
MARILYN SUE McINTYRE. 971 Noland Drive. Hagers- 
town, Md„ Dental Hygiene. Alpha Delta Pi — Pres.. Junior 
American Dental Hygienists' Association. 

PATRICIA LEE MILLER. 101 Johnston St.. Beckley. W.Va., 
Dental Hygiene, Junior American Dental Hygienists' Associa- 
tion; GEORGIA ANN MORELAND, 7604 Allman Drive, 
Annondale. Va„ Dental Hygiene. YWCA. Junior American 
Dental Hygienists' Association; SHERRY MULLIS, 14700 
Claude Lane, Silver Springs. Md., Dental Hygiene. Junior 
American Dental Hygienists' Association; JO ANN WAR- 
CHOLIC, 5 Clarion St.. Oil City, Pa„ Dental Hygiene. 
Junior American Dental Hygienists' Association — Historian. 
Alpha Phi — Rec. Sec. 





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Junior American Dental Hygienist's Association 




Carol Given, Barbara Vargo, Nancy Tannen. Joan Johnson. Kathy Johnson, Mary Jane 
Copley. Mary Elizabeth Fauquier. Victoria Woodburn, Pat Miller. Karen Zimmerman. Connie 
Wright, Nancy Coleman. Elaine Turner, Debbie Scott, Sherry Mullis, Debbie McMillan. Joan 
Lewis. 



FIRST ROW: Jane Hammer. Mary Lynn Bogard, Nancy Amick, Marsha Dunn, Diane Per- 
kille. Sherry McCann, Karen Mattox, Lorraine Battistoxie. Debbie Jones. SECOND ROW: 
Janet Young. Toni DeBaise. Rosemary Grarascit. Sue Price. Tabondra Ashbee, Jo Cowan. 
Suzanne Hamil, Pam McMahon. Patti Lausch. THIRD ROW: Barbara Rosinski, Mrs. Mar- 
garet Puderbaugh. Diane Collis. Jane Boyles. 




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Medical Technology 





Alpha 

Delta 

Theta 




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KAREN S. ARBOGAST. 947 Maple Dr.. Morgantown. 
W.Va.. Medical Technology. Alpha Delta Theta: CAROL 
BABCOCK. 24 Outlook Rd., Fairmont. W.Va.. Medical 
Technology, Alpha Xi Delta — Panhellenic Delegate. Alpha 
Delta Theta; MARY KAY BELOTA, 1235 Peacock Lane. 
Fairmont, W.Va.. Medical Technology, Alpha Xi Delta. 
Mortar Board, Student Leadership Committee (coordinator): 
HELEN MARIE BROOKS. 913 Lincoln St.. Mullens. W.Va.. 
Medical Technology, Alpha Delta Theta. 



PAULA H. CLARKSON. Cass. W.Va.. Medical Technology. 
Alpha Delta Theta; JOYCE L. COMPTON, Rt. 1. Inde- 
pendence, W.Va.. Medical Technology, Alpha Delta Theta; 
GAIL PAULETTE FRANKLIN. 1521 Fourth St., Mounds- 
ville, W.Va.. Medical Technology . Alpha Delta Theta; AN- 
DREA LYN MARSH, 3611 Prince William Dr.. Fairfax. 
Va.. Medical Technology. Gamma Phi Beta. 



E. LETITIA MASSEY. Sand Fork. W.Va.. Medical Tech- 
nology, Alpha Delta Theta; ELRESSA MILLER, 527 Kana- 
wha Ave., Rainelle. W.Va.. Medical Technology, Alpha 
Delta Theta; SUSAN K. ORR, 5050 Orr Road. Murrysville. 
Pa.. Medical Technology, Alpha Delta Theta; JOHN P. PE- 
TRELLA, 2310 Main Street. Wellsburg. W.Va.. Medical 
Technology, Alpha Xi Delta — Treasurer. Alpha Epsilon 
Delta. Mountainlair Fine Arts. 



JULIE ANN RANDOLPH, Box 371, Glenville, W.Va., Med- 
ical Technology. Alpha Delta Theta; FRED A. SIMPSON, 
JR., RD. 6, Box 214, Washington, Pa.. Medical Technology: 
SHARON SNYDER. 1213 Augusta St., Bluefield, W.Va., 
Medical Technology, Alpha Delta Theta; SHARON KAYE 
STUTLER, Box 162, Eleanor, W.Va.. Medical Technology, 
Alpha Delta Theta — Sec. 



MARSHA LYNN VALERI. Box 97, Coalwood, W.Va., 
Medical Technology. Alpha Delta Theta. Alpha Xi Delta; 
NANCY KENNEDY VANVOORHIS. 124 Lorentz Ave.. 
Morgantown, W.Va.. Medical Technology, Alpha Xi Delta, 
Angel Flight. Helen of Troy Runner-Up of 1968; JOAN S. 
WALKUP. Box 697. Leslie, W.Va.. Medical Technology. 
Alpha Delta Theta: PAUL J. WEIMER, 16 Oak Street. Fair- 
chance. Pa.. Medical Technology. 



SUSAN M. WELLS, 18 South Locust Ave., Marlton, N.J. 
Medical Technology, Alpha Delta Theta. 




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School of Nursing 





Lorita Jenab 

Dean of the School of Nursing 



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MARGERY A. BOYD. 115 Highland Road, Penn Hills, Pa.. 
Nursing, Student Nurses Association — Pres., Mountaineer 
Christian Fellowship; ANDREA DOROTHY BURDGE. 

12 Wynding Way. Rockaway, N.J., Nursing, S.N. A., Delta 
Delta Delta; VIRGINIA N. BURKE, P.O. Box 1149, Elkins. 
W.Va., Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Chi Omega — Vice Pres., 
Student Body Organization of School of Nursing — Pres.; 
LINDA KAY CLARK, 801 Helene St.. St. Albans, W.Va., 
Nursing. Alpha Xi Delta, Student Legislature, Angel Flight. 



JEAN CULLEY. 10 Lovell Dr.. Charleston, W.Va., Nursing. 
Alpha Phi. Student Nurses Association; JOAN M. CULLEY, 
10 Lovell Dr., Charleston, W.Va., Nursing. Sigma Theta 
Tau, Alpha Phi, Senior Class— Sec.-Treas.; STEPHANIE T. 
DOXANAS, 37 Bangert Ave., Perry Hall, Md„ Nursing. 
Chi Omega, S.N. A., Study Academic Forum Committee; 
CAROL L. FARNSWORTH, 242 Park Ave., Park Ridge, 
N.J., Nursing, Alpha Phi, Student Legislature. 



JANICE KATHERINE FRIEND. 659 Maple Ave., Grafton. 
W.Va., Nursing: BRENDA JEAN LOMBARDO, Box 488, 
Kimball, W.Va., Nursing, National Student Nurses Associa- 
tion; PEGGY ANN KARNAS MAJOR, 751 Wells St.. 
Morgantown, W.Va., Nursing; HELEN SUE NORTON. 401 
Wills Road. Connellsville. Pa., Nursing, Alpha Phi — Admin- 
istrative Assistant. 



GRETA SMITH, 3008 McKinley St., Washington, D.C., 
Nursing, President of Senior Class; ELIZABETH L. SNY- 
DER, RD. 1, Slippery Rock, Pa., Nursing. 





Sigma 
Theta 
Tau 



ALPHA RHO CHAPTER OF NATIONAL NURSING HONORARY— FIRST ROW; Joyce 
Mycaff, Jean Culley. Guynell McKinney, Clara Long, Advisor: Rhonda Michles, President; 
Wendy Brand, Robin Core, Rosemary Valentine. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Toambs. Lorita 
Jenab. Dean of the School of Nursing: Patricia Williams, Barbara Haas. Arlene McCormick. 
Diane Hunt, Laura Martin. Gearlean Slack. 



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Raphael O. Bachmann 

Dean of the School of Pharmacy 




142 




EVIE PAKAS. 215 North Queen St.. Martinsburg. W.Va., 
Rho Chi — Pres.. Mortar Board. Lambda Kappa Sigma; 
RALPH E. SIGMAN, JR., 316 Redwood Dr.. Charleston, 
W.Va., Pharmacy, Alpha Phi Omega. Student Pharmaceuti- 
cal Association. 



Lambda 

Kappa 

Sigma 





NATIONAL HONORARY FOR WOMEN IN PHARMACY— ON FLOOR: Diane Mearns. 
Patricia Haves. Evie Pakas. SEATED: Janet Quinn. Nancy Cheuvront. Catherine Morrison. 
Recording Secretary: Juliana Brown, Sue Higgins, President: Carol Meadows, Michelle 
Monezis, Carolyn Riffee. STANDING: Carmen Donofrio, Sharon Eagloski. Lana Cox, Re- 
becca Asher. Mary Kay Crowgey, Corresponding Secretary: Emilene Palmer. Katherine Muse. 
Vice President: Harriet Harris, Sandra Kettlewell. Ann Freeman, Christine Stevenson, Abigail 
Stephenson. Linda Mamone, Sharon Burnette. Patricia Fox, Irma Matheny. Catherine Chay- 
ben, Elizabeth Snyder, Linda Hatfield. Treasurer. 






C. Peter Yost 

Dean of Physical Education 



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Physical Education 




RICHARD P. BOBROWSKI. 294 Morningside Terrace, 
Teaneck, N.J., Recreation, Recreation Club, Forestry Club, 
Resident Assistant; JOSEPH M. BOSWELL. 712 W.Va. 
Ave., Morgantown. W.Va.. Physical Education. Kappa 
Sigma: MARILYN BRITVEC. 75 Christy St., Morgantown, 
W.Va., Physical Education. Orchesis— Pres.; R. WAYNE 
BROOKS. 1393 Scott Blvd.. Decatur Ga.. Physical Educa- 
tion. Football. Sigma Nu. Fi Batar Cappar. 



ROSCOE L. COLE II, 560 Center St.. Weston. W.Va.. 
Physical Education: TERRY JANE CUTTLE. Box 214. 
Palestine. W.Va.. Physical Education; MIRIAM KAY CUR- 
TIS. 205 Park Blvd.. Clarksburg. W.Va.. Physical Education. 
Alpha Delta Pi; GLENN O. DACTON. JR., Rt. 3. Box 285, 
Morgantown. W.Pa.. Physical Education. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Intramural Manager. 




145 




PATTY L. DILLS, 193 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa., Phys- 
ical Education, Majors Club, Alpha Delta Pi, Studette; 
MICHELLE GERMAN DUNN, 60c Kensington Ave., 
Uniontown, Pa., Physical Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Or- 
chesis, PE Majors Club; REBECCA H. GOFF, 408 Mel- 
vina St., Summersville, W. Va., Physical Education, Kappa 
Delta; SUELLEN HEADLEE, Shepherd Grade Road, 
Shepherdstown, W. Va., Pre-Physical Therapy, Fencing 
Club — Pres. 



MICHAEL JOSEPH KUTCHMAN, 406 Jerome Ave., Jer- 
ome, Pa., Recreation, Professional Recreation Society; RE- 
BECCA MARIE LEE, 810 Matson Place, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Recreation; STEPHEN H. PENDRY. Box 224 Matheny, 
W. Va., Physical Education, Academic Study Forum; 
CHARLOTTE MARY PR1TZ, R.D. #1, Box 234, Mason- 
town, Pa., Physical Education, Majors Club. 



SUSAN SANTILLO, 202 Barbera Dr., McKees Rocks, Pa., 
Physical Education, Majors Club; LINDA LU SIMMONS, 
207 Eln Ave.. Moundsville, W. Va., Physical Education, 
Majors Club; L. DIANE (DOT) STUART, 713 James St., 
Bridgeport, W. Va., Physical Education, Delta Gamma, Co- 
head Cheerleader, Miss Menticola — Runner-up; REGIS 
TUROCY, 429 Ganlet Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa., Physical Educa- 
tion, Kappa Sigma, Academic Study Committee — Chair- 
man. 



WILLIAM N. VAGNONI, 194 N. 24th St., Weirton, W. 
Va., Recreation, Beta Theta Pi, Program Board, Tourna- 
ments and Games Committee — Chairman; LINDA J. 
WINTERS, Eglon, W. Va., Recreation, 4-H Club, Profes- 
sional Recreation Society; SUSAN PATRICIA WOLFE, 
Corriganville, Md., Physical Education; DICK L. YOUNG, 
R.D. #1, West Winfield. N.Y., Physical Education, Fresh- 
man Football. Intramurals. 



NANCY ZAK, 113 N. 21 St., Weirton, W. Va., Physical 
Education. 



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bertshauser, Katie Rice. SECOND ROW: Kay Bonasso, Marcia Kelly, Marilyn Shandor, Pat 
Neff, Becky Ferracio, Anna Kaye Ott. 




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About 30 young people staged some sort 
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afternoon, but police last night said no 
details were available 

It was reported the demonstrators'', 
many of thorn carrying chairs, staged a 
"sit-in*' near Pleasant Street There were 
indications the demonstration was staged 
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1. Jack Wilson 

2. Dave Butler 

3. Jon Hall 

4. Ed Boyd 
Secretary 

5. Jim McMullen 

6. Jerry Kranak 
Vice-President 

7. Denny Riggleman 
Rush Chairman 

8. Chuck Roberts 
Treasurer 

9. John Mongiello 

10. Tim Ringler 

11. Charlie Willard 

12. Butch Dunbar 

13. A. R. Yost 

14. Stan Tennant 

15. Ed Pierson 

16. Phil Antonucci 

17. Rick Willis 

18. Scott Parker 

19. Ray Schulz 

20. "Blinker" Allemong 

21. Dave Nicholas 

22. George Preikszaitis 

23. Scott Rizzo 

24. Barry Hilliard 

25. "Wamie" Crossie 

26. Jim Crum 



NOT PICTURED 

Robert Thomas 
Ed Greenwald 
Bruce Morgan 
Ed Kaminski 






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165 





1. Garrett Ford 

2. David Snell 

3. Mike Hise 

4. Oscar Patrick 

5. Ronald Wilkerson 

6. Charles Blue 

7. B. C. Williams 

8. Rick Martin 

9. Carl Crennel 

10. James Braxton 

1 1. Reggie Williams 

12. Rodrick Roberson 

13. Russell Bloom 

14. Pete Wood 



Kappa Alpha Psi 



166 



Alpha Gamma Rho 




1. Vance Alvis 

2. Larry Ware 

3. Bob Pitts 

4. Danny Bryan 
President 

5. Mike Jackson 

6. Scott Speedy 

7. Bill Woodland 

8. Dave English 

9. Dick Rood 

10. Larry Moore 

11. Bob Cjeek 

12. Bud Miller 

13. John Perdue 

14. David Frances 

15. Larry Burd 

16. Steve Hershfield 

17. William Wilson 

18. Jim English 

19. Denny Ross 



NOT PICTURED 
Larry Shaffer 
Johnny Saunders 
Harry Huff 
Steve Hunter 
Bob Drylie 
Bill Hebb 
Steve Quesenberry 
Estil Hughes 
Bill Dawson 
Earl Post 




167 



Alpha Delta Pi 



1. Diane Decker 

2. Susan Cunningham 

3. Joel Roeheus 

4. Wilma Marlow 

5. Karen Ruscello 

6. Vicki Veseley 

7. Jeannie Lucas 

8. Judi Evans 

9. Mary Polansky 

10. Sue Huff 

11. Alice McClung 

12. Kay Bonasso 

13. Jenny Niehaus 

14. Carm Wallace 



15. Jeanne Ramme 

16. Colleen McGee 
Vice-President 

17. Diana Edens 

18. Stephanie Yoke 

19. Mary Webster 
Treasurer 

20. Linda Winter 

21. Mary Lynn Cocco 

22. Wendy Branney 

23. Marsha Wolman 

24. Sherry Umina 

25. Sharon Givens 
House President 



NOT PICTURED 



Pat Smith 
Gayle Horak 
Kathy McGee 
Linda Spangler 
Ginny Myers 
Betsy Randall 
Chirpy Simmons 
Maggie Grimmet 
Patty Dills 
Mary Ellen Neimer 
Sally Ullum 
Maureen Strauss 
Sue Mclntyre 
President 



Sue Hardin 
Pam Potts 
Randi Civitillo 
Patty Pepetti 
Suzanne Glover 
Alice Thornhill 
Sue Witt 
Jane Feather 
Jo Ann Holt 
Kay Curtis 
Diane Shamburger 
Colleen Morris 
Susie Cathington 





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Karen Mullens 


4 


Kris Sales 


5 


Audray Lipsy 


6 


Donna Harms 


7 


Carolyn Given 


8 


Ginny Scyphers 


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Karen Everett 


10 


Deanie Stone 


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Martha Fulks 


12 


Mary Kay Droullard 


13 


Jane Roller 


14 


Pam Harless 


15 


Pauls D'Andrea 


16 


Dottie DeMark 


17 


Karen Schoonover 


18 


Jennifer Damous 


19 


Susan McClung 




Pledge Trainer 


20 


Barbara Puskarich 


21 


Sally Lester 


22 


Linda Clark 




Recording Secretary 


23 


Kathy Folen 


24 


Sherry Eades 


25 


Lee Halkovich 



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26. Rosemary Guarascio 

27. Nancy Cannon 

28. Lesa Maloney 

29. Lynn Ivery 
Membership Chairman 

30. Linda Howell 

31. Barbara Manilla 

32. Corleen Barker 

33. Helen Dickie 

34. Jennifer Smith 

35. Kay Moore 

36. Sally Bowser 

37. JoAnn Alger 

38. Nancy Cox 

39. Barbara Buttorff 

40. Sue Engstrom 

41. Mary Kay Belota 
Vice-President 

42. Nancy Davisson 

43. Suzanne Hartman 

44. Linda Kindleberger 

45. Sue Bowser 

46. Kathy McCall 

47. Kindsey Sharp 

48. Donna Kerr 

49. Cindy Wege 

50. Patti Lausch 



NOT PICTURED 

Carol Babcock 
Carol Beneke 
Jackie Bennett 
Sarah Good 
Emily Goodykoontz 
Marsha Hall 
Carol Kulina 
Carolyn Martino 

President 
Joan Petrella 
Treasurer 

Angela Pizatella 
Corresponding 
Secretary 

Stacey Schmidt 

Monica Schroeder 

Jennifer Jo Smith 

Karen Stepko 

Marsha Valeri 

Sue Wege 

Marsha Young 



Alpha Xi Delta 



171 



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1. Joann Warcholic 

2. Patty Rodnok 

3. Mary Lou Christina 

4. Nita Hughart 

5. Becky Rumble 

6. Beth Thorn 

7. Susan McConnell 

8. Patty Russel 

9. Shirley Nasser 

10. Margaret Masterlerz 

1 1 . Shelley Simon 

12. Michele Morgan 

13. Janelle Schierling 

14. Jane Brand 

15. Mary Beth Dickson 

16. Kathy Petranek 

17. Patricia Wehner 

18. Nancy Clevenger 

19. Joann Eros 

20. Jean Hensel 

21. Resa Kappel 

22. Fran Willard 






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23. Vicki Tate 


NOT PICTURED 


24. Debbie Rose 


Mary Margaret Murrill 


25. Linda Metz 


Patty Hayes 


26. Sue Grundy 


Shirley Fisher 


27. Phyllis Maruca 


Sue Norton 


28. Anita Loos 


Barbara Roush 


29. Kati Rice 


Sue McCarthy 


30. Lynn Hill 


Diane Mayle 


3 1 . Sue Cochran 


Janet Legg 


32. Kati Mathison 


Jennie Holz 


33. Ann Michael 


Ann Ghiz 


34. Olga Frontino 


Judy Bucklew 


35. Sherry Simon 


Donna Longdon 


36. Barb Williams 


Jean Culley 


37. Karen Goldsmith 


Joan Culley 


38. Susan Street 




39. Marsha Leezer 




40. Kathy Kadar 




41. Ann Singer 




42. Barb Avey 




43. Kathy Spitzer 




44. Patty Schultz 




45. Kay Evans 




46. Lorena Battistine 





Alpha 



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1. Bill Raney 

2. Joe Luchini 

3. Joe BuSa 

4. Dave Percynski 

5. Ron Potesta 

6. Tim Bandi 

7. Steve Archer 

8. Tom Lynch 

9. Sam Ellis 

10. Tom Nestor 

11. Sam McPherson 

12. Bob Frum 

13. Brad Hammer 

14. Matt Wender 

15. Perry Lacaria 

16. Bill Vagnoni 

17. Russ Parsons 

18. Terry Corbit 

19. Danny Cassis 

20. Vic Mow tchan 

21. Ken Vensel 

22. Jim Mavroleon 

23. Tom Falherty 

24. Jerry Nestor 

25. Frank Cordavano 

26. Mike Holt 

27. Rich Mann 

28. Duke Duncan 

29. Nelson Kalkruth 



174 




30. Barry Fitz 


57. Jim Mazza 


3 1 . John Wurtzbacher 


58. John Wilhoit 


32. John Nestor 


59. Greg Kelly 


33. Jack Pearce 


60. John Chaddok 


34. Gary Park 


61. Ernie Lewis 


35. Mike Fahey 


62. Don Sensabaugh 


36. Jack Hammond 


63. Tom Dickie 


37. Dave Denning 


64. Tom Rulick 


38. Ken Lenihan 


65. Mike Bohan 


39. Robbie Robinson 


66. Art Green 


40. Vince Manzi 


67. Jackie Gleason 


41. Paul Freeland 


68. Greg Smith 


42. Perry Miller 


69. Ron Benovitz 


43. Ed Hill 


70. Gary Hagerty 


44. Ray Howel 


71. Kim Moore 


45. Mike Luchini 


72. Joe Hughes 


46. Don Hagan 


73. Ron Legan 


47. Mike Herron 


74. Tom Troia 


48. Chuck Cunninghan 


75. Dave McCarus 


49. Butch Rolfe 




50. Sam Cipoletti 




51. Bill Hendricks 




52. Buzz Hendricks 




53. John Mani 




54. Dave Fetter 




55. Greg Church 




56. Al Hawkins 





Beta Theta Pi 



175 




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1 . Linda Hidalgo 


17. Connie Coleman 


Treasurer 


18. Cathy George 


2. Ellen Boddie 


19. Betsy Hupp 


Pledge Trainer 


20. Pat Keseeker 


3. Jo Ellen Stewart 


21. Rhonda Goodman 


4. Barb Shelosky 


22. Katie Muffly 


5. Pat Neff 


23. Kathy McConnell 


Secretary 


24. Kathy Kartagener 


6. Rita Roman 


25. Sarah Murphy 


7. Cathy Montgomery 


26. Pauls Wheatley 


8. Pam Carr 


27. Becky Gibson 


President 


28. Nancy McClung 


9. Jayne Klebe 


29. Jill Sutherland 


10. Ruthie Drinkard 


30. Joey Hilton 


11. Becky Bordon 


31. Becky Bruce 


12. Pam McCathren 


32. Margaret Ehrgott 


13. Linda Mamone 


33. Sue Friebertshauser 


14. Chris Morford 


34. Anne Hooff 


15. Beth Spencer 


35. Lois Fitzsimmons 


16. Katie Cottrill 


36. Karen Burke 



176 




37. Brenda Shepherd 

38. Mollie Talbott 

39. Jean Alice James 

40. Penny Gill 

41. Jan Fliess 

42. Susan Daugherty 

43. Debbie Pyles 

44. Susie Campbell 

45. Nancy Swart 

46. Sallie Wilson 

47. Joy Morris 

48. Nancy Vial 

49. Lois Burke 

50. Cathy Hall 

5 1 . Debbie Heyman 

52. Gail Poling 

53. Susan Wassmer 



rd NOT PICTURED 

Sarabeth Goodwin 

les Ginger Burke 

Barb Smith 
Maureen Hutchinson 

:ty Jeanne King 

Stephanie Dozanas 

1 Jayne Constantine 

Barb Cowen 
Judy Jordan 
Susan Davidson 
Bonnie Marks 
Peggy Clopham 
Bindy Carr 

in Betsy Painter 

Liz Spalding 
Becky Allen 
Patty Mennillo 
Karen Pollock 
Mary Laughlin 
Rhonda Kelly 
Sandy Dailer 



Chi Omega 



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1. Carolyn Vick 




22. Madelyn Mahanes 


2. Cheryl Hill 




23. Beth Anderson 


3. Anna Faye Ott 




24. Madonna Mayse 


4. Pam McMahon. 




25. Barbara VandeLinde 


Vice-President 




26. Kathy Beard 


5. Francie Robey 




27. Karen Surratt, 


6. A. J. Markley 




Secretary 


7. Brenda Scott 




28. Mary Beth Krasevec 


8. Mary Humphreys, 




29. Donna Gilson 


Treasurer 




30. Susan Holt 


9. Gail Eror 




31. Shelia Travis 


10. Mary Lou Mihalich 




32. Linda Thompson 


11. Miss Bailey, 




33. Ann Benson 


Housemother 




34. Mikki Williamson 


12. Sue Ann Pauley 




President 


13. Gloria Stackpole 




35. Barbara Marsh 


14. Carline Geisel 




36. Carol Weir 


15. Ann Gracey 






16. Donna Barton 






17. Andi DiBello 






18. Karen Duxberry 






19. Susan Steiding 






20. Holly Ashley 






21. Ginna Puzzuoli 








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Stephanie 


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Sue Malik 






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1 . Kathy Seaver 

2. Susan Marsh 

3. Sue Marchelon 

4. Jeanne Claro 

5. Christy Wildman 

6. Cathy Chattaway 
President 

7. Joanne Overholt 

8. Anne Vincent 

9. Nancy Williams 

10. Sue Stanger 

11. Sara McEnney 

12. Sandy Guiliani 

13. Arabel Hatfield 

14. Pam Thacker 

15. Beth Ann Howard 

16. Sadie John 

17. Elaine Zaburynski 

18. Jane McCullough 
Treasurer 

19. Stephanie Twasdoski 

20. Judy Reilly 

21. Andi Burdge 



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23. Cindy Lewis 

24. Carolyn Dann 

25. Charlotte Rose 

26. Sandy Wilt 

27. Pat Christopher 

28. Judy Valentine 
Recording Secretary 

29. Vicki Rittenhouse 

30. Michele Joseph 

3 1 . Ruby Opacic 

32. Jane Roland 

33. Mary Magdy 

34. Karen Karth 

35. Bev Dawson 

36. Chris Cherry 



NOT PICTURED 
Stephanie Aucremanne 
Nancy Crichton 
Dianne Dalzot 
Lois Flannery 



Marsha George 
Debbie Golden 
Marti Hamilton 
Bonnie Hervey 

Vice-President 
Margie Hurlbut 
Marcia Kelly 
Susan Killeen 
Mari McClintock 
Jenny Neely 
Roxanne Powers 
Debbie Scales 
Marilyn Shandor 
Meredith Sturm 
Mona Thomas 
Barb Wickline 
Jenny Boyce 
Linda Connor 
Sue Amiri 
Barb Bonor 
Louise Gray 
Donna Seachman 
Sharon Burrell 
Pam Hartley 



Delta Delta Delta 



181 






1. Susie Thomas 

2. Althea Rutherford 

3. Debbie Weith 

4. Mary Kay Corum 
5.Gus 

6. Ann Kisinger 

7. Betsy Rogers 

8. Sally Rodin 

9. Penny Baker 

10. Joyce Skinner 

11. Anita Miller 

12. Marcia Heald 

13. Janet Jurgens 

14. Margaret Howard 

15. Ann Hynes 

16. Debbie Rogers 

17. Mary Margaret Baliker 

18. Jeannie Pahl 

19. Mary Jo Swoyer 

20. Jeannie Ward 

21. Debbie Greco 

22. Joan Marra 

23. Christy Froehlich 

24. Gogi Morris 

25. Kathy Ralston 



182 





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26. Jo Ann Audio 

27. Debbie Turner 

28. Meg Baughman 

29. Mary Beth Garvin 

30. Linda Fisher 

31. Carol Post 

32. Barb Bonsall 

33. Susie Dudics 

34. Ann Vargo 

35. Jan Cook 

36. Mary Beth Harshbarger 

37. Diane Slussar 

38. Jeannie Warman 

39. Lynanne Butcher 

40. Patty Napier 

41. Bonnie Orr 

42. Dot Stuart 

43. Becky Toothman 

44. Tara Lynch 

45. Sally Kreps 

46. Cindy Atkinson 

47. Terri Reinking 

48. Rose Smith 

49. Lisa Ryder 

50. Marseille Jaco 

51. Regina Gwinn 



Delta Gamma 



183 



Delta Tau Delta 



1. Bill Ballard 


39. Mike Giusti 


2. Dave Williams 


President 


3. Dave Parks 


40. Dave Skidmore 


4. Aaron Phillips 


41. Gary Cannor 


5. John Wooten 


42. John Sandey 


6. Steve Johnson 


43. Tom Kugle 


7. Mike Chevront 


44. Mike Metz 


8. Jon Francis 


45. Don Baker 


9. Bill Samuelson 


46. Bob Cook 


10. John Coffman 


47. Tom Villella 


11. Dave Kessel 


48. Dudley Parks 


12. Dave Powell 


49. Tom Stealy 


13. Bill Smith 


50. Harvey Peyton 


14. John Porec 


51. Ken Jacquot 


15. Mike Conner 


52. Bob Kennen 


16. Joe Hursh 


53. Daryle Nabors 


17. Kent Jackfert 


54. George Chandler 


18. Bill Goldsmith 


55. Tim Conaway 


19. Rob Berthold 


56. Fred Hardman 


20. Paul Weaver 


Treasurer 


21. Greg Briscoe 


57. Chuck Carspecken 


22. Steve Britt 


58. Tom Hardman 


23. Jim White 


59. Ken Bunk 


24. Bill Skewes 


60. John Beddow 


25. Dave Silverstrucci 


Corr. Sec. 


26. John Beard 


61. Larry LaFon 


27. Dave Najar 


62. Jim Hostetter 


28. Paul Kearney 


63. Bill Fisher 


29. John Gerwig 


64. Tom Postlethwait 


30. Bob Damron 


65. Chris Burskey 


31. Butch Whitman 


66. Al Quagliotti 


32. Scott Barney 


67. Doc Richmond 


33. Larry Brian 


68. Mark Miller 


34. Robbie Smyth 


69. Kibby Lewis 


35. Ray Golden 


70. Randy Carter 


36. Panny Greco 




37. Rudy Stanovich 




38. Rocky Hoskins 






NOT PICTURED 
Rick Loretta 
Larry Mentzer 
Bill Stansbury 
Don Meredith 
Murphy Poindexter 
Bob Meadows 
Kim West 
Chris Potts 
Mic Bouldin 
Phil Evans 
Bob Zitelli 
Randy Zook 
Mike Morris 
Charlie Lilly 
Tony Barone 
Squeaky Gwinn 
Tim Brown 
Ed Meadows 
Don Corathers 



Mike Chipley 
Hoppy Turner 
Tom Clegg 
John Wright 
Wayne Porter 
Bill Brotemarkle 
John Moore 
Marshall Lyall 
John Neal 
Mort Johnson 
Doug Skaff 
Skip Austin 
John Hammond 
Jimmy Boyd 
Bill Tracy 
Rod Smith 
Bob Young 
Bray Cary 
Bill Cary 
Frank Coffman 
Ed Bowes 



Bill Smutney 
Mike Bradley 
Jim Gwynne 
Charlie King 
George Vetter 
Roger Okey 
Dave McCandless 
Tony Bonidy 
Dave McCue 
Darryl Gosnell 
Jim Gray 
Jeff Dyer 
Doug Charly 



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1. Rudy Rosnick 

2. Gary Rosnick 

3. Bob Hile 

4. George Cook 

5. Lee Rice 

6. John Helean 

7. Matt Provinzano 

8. Danny Chalfant 

9. Dan Najimian 

10. Chuck Hutton 

11. Dave Williams 

12. Lynn Cavendish 

13. Don Hotz 

14. Walt Geisel 

15. Robert Trenor 

16. Dennis Bowen 

17. Bruce Rickards 

18. John McAtee 

19. Bill Carter 

20. Dave Howard 

21. David Fueg 

22. Ike Pethal 



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2. Gary Pell 

3. Mike McKenzie 

4. Martin Fahey 

5. Dan Melson 

6. Eric Olson 

7. Mike Fewell 

8. Jim Mulligan 

9. Steve Feister 

10. Linwood Hamilton 

11. Bill Ryan 

12. Greg Schaughnessy 

13. Bob Caveney 

14. Dan Ellis 

15. George Reese 

16. Mac Vaughn 

17. Mike Bluebird 

18. Marty Valery 

19. Chuck Cabe 

20. Bob Ryan 

21. Jack Schroeder 

22. Randy Smith 

23. Ralph Hayes 

24. Bill Fahey 

25. Perry Petroplus 

26. Don Sailor 

27. Kim Butler 

28. Bill Sapon 

29. Scott Ackleson 

30. Jake Fisher 

31. Mike Morgan 



188 




32. Pete Sapon 

33. Rick McClung 

34. Gary Milkovich 

35. A. J. Wyatt 

36. Len Thacher 

37. Ben Staplefield 

38. Jeff Swoope 

39. Rudy T. Romeo 

40. Rod Hewitt 

41. George Cipriani 

42. Duke Henshaw 

43. Tom Tommasson 

44. Chip Bennett 

45. Clarke Ridgeway 

46. Fat Patterson 

47. Rick Carter 

48. John Hefner 

49. Norman Johnson 

50. D. C. Offutt 

5 1 . Brad Thompson 

52. Bob Hooff 

53. Stovepipe McCormick 

54. Ranger Williams 

55. Steve Hite 

56. Doug Widney 

57. Dale Smith 

58. Pat Joseph 

59. Tom Goodiekunst 

60. Rachel Swartzwelder 

61. John High 



62. Oscar Greenbean 

63. Pat Pagnello 

64. Gus Craboplus 

65. Eric Olsen 

66. Mike Fitzgerald 

67. Jim Rowe 

68. Mike McCoy 

69. Bob Drinkard 

70. Steve Elijah 

71. Craig Wilcox 

72. Tom McConnell 

73. Dan Ellis 

74. John Somiak 

75. Mac Vaughn 

76. Bruce Nichols 

77. Marty Fahey 

78. Pecky Pell 

79. Tyrone Williams 

80. Chris Hite 

81. George Reese 

82. Bruce Miller 

83. Chuck Jeffries 

84. Tom Moore 

85. Vinny Griffith 

86. Robbie Lester 

87. Alan McClung 

88. Larry Smith 

89. Perry Petroplus 

90. Bob Caveney 

91. E. J. Joseph 

92. Joe Starr 



Kappa Alpha 



189 




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1. Susan Taylor 

2. Harrit Johnson 

3. Jamie Hoover 

4. Mitzi Kisner 

5. Jan Hamilton 

6. Vicky Hogsett 

7. Cindy Kinney 

8. Patti Markwood 

9. Janet Hammack 

10. Linda Hammack 
Membership Chairman 

11. Marsha Postlethwait 
Secretary 

12. Jodie Brown 

13. Mrs. Mary Austin 
Housemother 

14. Jay Gearhart 

15. Susie Trumble 

16. Camille Bartman 

17. Sheila Williams 

18. Cheryl Cox 

19. Ann Bonar 

20. Elaine Tilka 

21. Margaret Clay 

22. Candita DiBacco 

23. Beverly Dennison 
President 



190 



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24. Leslie Schulteis 

25. Nancy Lindberg 

26. Linda Snodgrass 

27. Mary Farwell 

28. Sarah Burdette 

29. Jean Bussard 

30. Lorrie Dalie 

31. Pam Life 

32. Renee Groves 

33. Beckie Ferraccio 

34. Ann Hickman 

35. Antoinette Petrucci 

36. Kay Brown 

37. Marcia Friedline 

38. Becky Clemens 

39. Amy Naccarto 

40. Valerie Dawson 

41. Pat Reilley 

42. Helen Theophilus 

43. Cherie Bloor 

44. Melinda Spiker 

45. Jane Jacobs 

46. Susie Tompkins 
Assistant Treasurer 

47. Beverly Ammar 

48. Eileen Griffith 



49. Ruth Wamsley 

50. Claudia Peery 

51. Isabel Perry 

52. Cindy Phillips 

53. Martha Hollen 

54. Nancy McKeegan 

55. Debbie Cummings 

56. Anna Lang 
Treasurer 

57. Pam Maurer 
Editor 

58. Katy Hager 
House President 

59. Beverly Roby 

60. Susan Sprouts 



NOT PICTURED 
Lois Anderson 
Jane Boyles 

Vice-President 
Becky Goff 
Pam Gorman 
Lucille Jones 
Anne Repaire 
Linda Stenger 



Kappa Delta 






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191 





1. Linda Gray 

2. Susan Brown 

3. Carla Haslam 

4. Caroline Jones 

5. Nancy Mazurek 

6. Linda Lloyd 

7. Linda Hoy 

8. Linda Smith 

9. Pam Melvin 

10. Janice Proud 

11. Linda Troeller 

12. Jane Moore 

13. Joyce Wilson 

14. Libby Lear 

15. Becky Mundy 

16. Donna Kersten 

17. Liz Martin 

18. Pam Reynolds 

19. Kathy Raynak 

20. Kathy Hricik 

21. Cappy McCartney 

22. Marie Leach 

23. Jet Communtzis 

24. Lisa Rose 

27. Linda Kirtley 

28. Ann McWhorter 



192 




29. Nancy Freese 

30. Jody Gluck 

31. Peggy Church 

32. Lynn Wilson 

33. Barbara Hemphill 

34. Patty Palumbo 

35. Mary Ann Mullenix 

36. Pam Maphis 

37. Audrey Wilkins 

38. Cathy Ezell 

39. Gingy Smith 

40. Claudia Goodwin 

41. Joan Carson 

42. Darby Cahill 

43. Cindy Faulkes 

44. Mary Wilson 

45. Ann Wilson 

46. Nancy Wilhoit 

47. Sherry Pence 

48. Debbie Henderson 

49. Becca Preston 

50. Pam Janes 

51. Mary Kate Dean 

52. Rosalie Earl 

53. Lucy Margaret Jaynes 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 



193 




194 




Kappa Sigma 



1. Tom Orban 


50. Eladio Mazon 


2. Brian Connair 


5 1 . Rusty Allison 


3. Paul Phillips 


52. Jim Scudere 


4. Mike Petruski 


53. Tim Oder 


5. Joerd Kaufman 


54. Jerry Starcher 


6. Dan Stolfi 


55. Rich Peck 


7. Bill Casale 


56. Jim Azar 


8. Jim George 


57. Steve Montgomery 


9. Barry Casto 


58. Bill Paxton 


10. Jon Furbee 


59. Jack Beals 


11. John Boyd 


60. Joe Nobile, 


12. Ron Bell 


Grand Master 


13. Mike Maddox 


61. Jim Hunt 


14. Rege Turocy 


62. George McCulley 


15. Raymo Gillette, Master 


63. Jim Schmitt 


of Ceremonies 


64. Dave Warsinsky 


16. Ken Codeluppi 


65. Denny Unger 


17. Greg Zaborny 


66. Dennis DiBenedetto 


18. Bill Waterman 


67. Mitch Harris 


19. Duck Demko 


68. Ernie Bonitaibus 


20. Joe Boswell 


Grand Scribe 


21. Hainis Stoy 


69. Chip Metchel 


22. Mike Waldron 


70. Jim Blandina 


23. J. J. Muto 


71. Joe Kolesar 


24. Mike Hickman 


72. Dave Miller 


25. Bob Heckel 


Grand Procurator 


26. Ken Surber 


73. Dewayne Hannah 


27. Ben Parker 


74. Adam Gluckoski 


28. Tom Bulger 




29. Dan Lange 




30. Bob Savinis 


NOT PICTURED 


31. Bill Marshall 


Gregg Mooney 


32. Tom Evans 


Jeff Tutalo 


33. Mike Nasser 


Vinnie Oliverio 


34. Bill Marshall 


Mark Teich 


35. Larry Douglas 


Bob Loudermilk 


36. Bill Johnston, 


Bill Heckel 


Grand Treasurer 


Tony Spatafore 


37. Steve Balombini 


Mike Pollack 


38. Jack Frame 


Bob Belcasto 


39. Ron Pinchok 


Tom McGahan 


40. Jack Shoemaker 


Jim Keeney 


41. Dan Page 


Tom Sutton 


42. Mike Frino 


John Bengier 


43. John Green 


Alan Woodford 


44. Dan Prado 


Frank Dynda 


45. Tom Moore 


Pat Phillips 


46. Doc Corder 


Mike Pascuzzi 


47. Jim Williams 


Greg Schluneker 


48. Bill Trainer 




49. Spike Shannon 






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2. Ann Wilson 

3. Bonnie McKeever 

4. Debbie Frederick 

5. Dot Harrish 

6. Anita Bacco 

7. Terri Robinson 

8. K. C. Dollison 

9. Ande Ward 

10. Glenna Hamilton 
11. Joanne Spencer 

12. Chris Robinson 

13. Pam Baldwin 

14. Charla Buzzard 

15. Jill Dorn 

16. Barb Lambert 

17. Barbie Tscourais 

18. Sarah Fisher 

19. Becky Hamilton 

20. Patsy Powell 

21. Pam Shepherd 

22. Gail Tenanty 

23. Karen Kinney 

24. Vicki Moore 

25. Jo Ann Marra 



26. Jeannie Schnably 

27. Brada Spiker, 
Pledge Trainer 

28. Barbie Clavan 

29. Trish Rice 

30. Debbie Brambaugh 
Vice-President 

31. Ann Cunningham 

32. Susie Woodford 

33. Nannette Martin 

34. Mary Anna Angotti 

35. Ann Faulkner 

36. Winnie Robinson 

37. Stevie Hannig 

38. Robbie Wilson, 
President 

39. Lisa Rundlett 

40. Linda Bachmann, 
Treasurer 

41. Beth Snyder 

42. Judy Scott 

43. Anne Coombs 

44. Lynn Galamb 

45. Helga Paxton 



46. Harriet Brown 

47. Liz Crichton 

48. "Mini" Hefner, 
Housemother 

49. Therese Smith 

50. Rose Pais 

51. Carolyn Bachmann 

52. Mary Jane Flesher 

53. Betty Ann Franco 

54. Linda Link 

55. Jackie Bryan 

56. Terrie Purpura 

57. Joan Butter 

58. Yolan Wright 

59. Janet Tintle 



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NOT PICTURED 
Ann Brawley 
Charlotte Buzzard 
Thisbe Cooper 
Terry Dimitri 
Debby Evans 
Sandy Fisher 
Gary Anne Harkin 
Tyke Jones 
Judi Ladwig 
Marcia Lykins 
Jupie Malone 
Dottie Bradshaw 



Pi Beta Phi 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 



1. Tom White 

2. Pete Adler 

3. Joe Virone 

4. Lacy Warden 

5. Kenny James 

6. John Letzelter 

7. John Piazza 

8. Scott Davidson 

9. Bob Bauman 
10. Bill Comisso 
H.RickDeBone 

12. Steve Zahn 

13. Dave Stemple 

14. Chaz Stasko 

15. Dave Mankins 

16. Paul Kocan 

17. Rudy Zimmerman 

18. Mike McGlothlin 

19. Rob Sanders 

20. Grant Standiford 

21. John Mallow 

22. Bob Shean 

23. Frank Marks 

24. Woody Bare 

25. Bill Kaczmarek 

26. Ron Hagerman 

27. Dan Eastam 



28. Mike Pike 

29. Larry Albright 

30. R. G. Dakan 

31. Bill Clemens 

32. Tom Morris 

33. Mike Sunderland 

34. Don Smith 

35. Ron Corso 

36. Jay Pontius 

37. Bryon Bober 

38. Rick Taylor 

39. Rick Hyre 

40. Dave Gregory 

41. Joe Snyder 
Vice-President 

42. Dick Gasperin 

43. Mark Amole 

44. Ed Gobert 

45. Dave Pollitt 
President 

46. Gene Stevens 

47. Dave Dubois 

48. Joe Hill 

49. Rich Walczak 



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2. John Pavlik 

3. Ray Gross 

4. John Young 

5. Frank Jeffey 

6. Jim Smith 

7. Ken Oslager 

8. Jay 

9. Terry Michaels 

10. Reg Corbitt 

11. Roger Carter 

12. Ed Legg 

13. Dennis O'Kelley 

14. Fred Horton 

15. Pat Bond 

16. Mike Cox 

17. Greg Gorman 

18. Jim Sturm 

19. Scott Hindsley 

20. Mike Mellon 

21. Algie LeBrasca 

22. Bob WiJlis 

23. Jody Huffman 

24. Tom Heflin 

25. Tret LeMack 

26. Dewey Boswell 

27. Marv Brandt 

28. John Christian 

29. Jim Cook 



202 




30. Steve McKay 


55. Rick Cain 


NOT PICTURED 


31. Tom Corder 


56. Greg Cable 


Jeff Morgan 


32. Al Zambito 


57. Art Drennen 


Tim Gacke 


33. Bob Flynn 


58. Chuck Barrickman 


Steve Bradley 


34. Tom Mather 


59. Danny McDaniel 


Kevin Haynes 


35. Tim Horvath 


60. Chuck Goldstein 


Alan Fliss 


36. Bob Wilkinson 


61. Jay 


Chuck Amos 


37. Mike Young 


62. Bob Persiual 


Dave Keith 


Vice-President 


63. Ron Roupe 


Steve Hatfield 


38. Chuck Moore 


64. Doug Bobbitt 


Kert Kerns 


39. John Nettles 


65. John DelBene 


Steve Lovell 


40. Dave Laichon 


66. Dolph Mariotti 


Gary Schnacke 


41. Frank Simmerman 


67. Art Holdt 


Chuck Chewning 


42. Mike Hawitt 


68. Mitch Nichnowitz 


Ernie Snodgrass 


43. Pistol Speicher 


69. Scott King 


Walter Fecat 


44. Cliff Kink 


70. Jeff Morgan 


Wayne Brooks 


45. Steve Snyder 


71. Ken McElheny 


Garland Hudson 


Recorder 


72. Mege Fiocca 


John Hale 


46. Robin Kaser 


73. Dan Wierman 


Bob Arrington 


47. Rick Kendrich 


74. Jim Hannah 


Chuck Mendenhall 


48. Nick Zatezlo 


75. Steve Black 


Dale Longmire 


49. Larry Sartore 


76. Rich Lane 


Doc Lykins 


President 


77. Don Riggenbach 


Bill Lanham 


50. Palmer Walker 


78. Jim Mills 




51. Ed Bell 


79. Marty Schultz 




Treasurer 






52. Ed Smallwood 






53. Greg Barber 






54. Ron Brown 







Sigma Nu 



203 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



1. Gerry Sadeshky 

2. Dave Cicci 

3. Al Johnson 

4. Steve Marcrunski 

5. Earl Johnson 

6. Joe Protruska 

7. Al Verstein 

8. Bob Glock 

9. Alan Riley 

10. Jim Goldsworthy 

11. Kevin Koss 

12. Ed Ames 

13. Dave Hornbeck 

14. Gary Di Bartolomeo 
Vice-President 

15. Lew Humphreys 

16. George Cosmides 

17. Cort Andrews 

18. Bil Senseney 
President 

19. Chuck Sager 

20. Mark Maxwell 

21. Bill Conway 

22. Jay Gordan 

23. Rusty Ellis 

24. John Boyle 

25. Nick Kinney 

26. Bob Pessdano 

27. Stu Turner 
Chaplain 

28. Russ Cave 

29. John Hosmer 

30. James Roop 

31. Steve Smith 

32. George Vick 

33. Low Dempsey 

34. Marty Blaney 

35. Barry Sroka 

36. Ron Fallon 

37. Rich Adams 

38. Bill Mercer 

39. Paul Wilson 



40. Clint Winter 

41. Jan Heaberlin 

42. Arne Sten 

43. Rollie Dubbe 

44. Steve Ball 

45. Bill McWaters 

46. Joe Rigatti 

47. Mark Mallare 

48. Tom Nazzaro 

49. B. J. Viers 

50. Bill Merchant 

51. J. T. Kitchen 

52. Fred Leif 

53. Cliff Kish 

54. Bill Cockrell 

55. Phil Goldstein 

56. Jim Beer 

57. Power Stockdale 

58. Art McCall 

59. Barry Minsternam 

60. John Collins 

61. Phil Mitchell 



NOT PICTURED 

Thomas Harper 
Marx Fabian 
Frank Chianos 
Jeff Clause 
Pete Lukowski 

Treasurer 
Jim Recht 
Mickey Duncan 
Herb Lynn 
Bill Cummings 
Frand Cerminara 
Tom Romo 
Jim Shunk 
Keith Recht 
Stan Romo 
Roger Honsaker 
Bill Conner 
Bob Thmpson 
Jack Mousadis 
Bob Smith 
Gary Back 
Ed Long 
Ben Polis 
Chuck Marshall 
Kenny Curry 
Kerry Malson 
Steve Starn 
Al Angelini 
Chris Batten 
Domninic Grandinetti 
Joe Lacek 
Joe Newlon 
Jerry Ball 
Low Bianchi 
Ken Dudics 



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Sigma Chi 



206 



1. Bob Fitzpatrick 

2. Bob Basso 

3. Tim Pahl 

4. Bill Strider 

5. Gary Tassone 

6. Don Wildman 

7. Tom Birdsong 
Pledge Trainer 

8. Gary Gabriel 

9. Mike Campbell 

10. Bill Snyder 

11. Logan Popoff 

12. Rick Lowman 

13. John Patteson 

14. Bob Stier 

15. Bob Orders 

16. Mike McClellan 

17. Mike Fiery 

18. Chris Reger 

19. Bill Kent 

20. Bob Beneke 

21. Bob Thompson 

22. Jerry Hughes 

23. Jim Bunn 

24. Jay Graham 

25. Tom Cross 

26. Mark Fox 

27. Tom Cunningham 

28. Bill Strauch 

29. Ed Polichnowski 

30. Jim Shinn 

31. Gary Weber 



32. Chris Greene 

33. Bob Basso 

34. Todd Ware 
President 

35. Denny Auerswald 

36. Jim Herndon 

37. Gary Winters 

38. Scott Mickle 

39. Lou Rocchini 

40. Gary Tassone 

41. Bob Byrne 
Treasurer 

42. Mary Jo Ermacoff 
Sweetheart 

43. Bob Finley 

44. Bill Shingler 

45. Bob Full 

46. Steve Garrett 

47. Jay Dudek 

48. Bill Strider 

49. Denny Daley 

50. Bob Finley 

51. Tom Mann 

52. Mike Ritter 

53. Rick Lowman 

54. Dave Frye 
Secretary 

55. Jeff Glouser 

56. Bill Snyder 

57. Tom Bernhardt 

58. Dave Lynch 

59. Legan Popoff 




NOT PICTURED 
Rick Dean 
Leland Frazier 
Tom Menighan 
Dave Hall 
Earl Mincemoyer 
Bill Schimmel 
Dave Russell 
Ernie Pennington 
Bill Herndon 
Mike Foster 
Joe Capo 
Bill Sullivan 
Steve Baily 
Jim Duncan 
Dane Davie 
Scott Durig 
Dave Garner 
Dave Burdette 



Bonn Poland 
Mike Butts 
Bob Glessner 
Gary Brison 
Rob O'Brien 
Ralph Stofko 
Fred Ramsey 
Dave Abercrombie 
Steve Crissman 
Dan Liberatore 
Bob Joy 

Chuck De Caria 
Vice-President 
John Law 
Dave Shamberger 
Joe Second 
Phil Goodwin 
Tom Digerolamo 
Salvitore Goodwin 





207 





208 







24. Mike Connell 

25. Chuck Green 

26. Tom Marshall 

27. Henry Levenson 

28. Ray Strickland 

29. Bob Morris 

30. Wayne Milligan 

3 1 . John Vibortock 

32. Gary Shafer 

33. Harry Zeverely 

34. Don Gusso 

35. Nick Casto 

36. Don Myers 

37. Rick Abel 

38. Gary Storm 

39. Bob Bonar 

40. Walt Mills 

41. Rich Yeager 

42. Dave Aston 

43. Warren Lemely 

44. Joel Newman 

45. Rick Wojdavski 

46. Don Strimbeck 

47. Bob Grither 

48. Dave Kostelich 

49. Jerry Haggerty 

50. Bill Whitecotten 



NOT PICTURED 
Dave Sayre 
Tom Boyd 
John Chapman 
Jim Royce 
John Welch 
Pat Malloy 
Jim Bitonte 
Tim Conaway 
Bob Simkins 
Butch Lewis 
Alan Cox 



Phi Kappa Sigma 



209 



Phi Kappa Psi 





1. Steve Yost 


34. Greg Haines 




Secretary 


35. Jack Anderson 




2. Brad Layne 


36. Paul Santini 




President 


37. Kyle Hamilton 




3. Bill Lyons 


38. Mike Sudduth 




4. Tom Erwin 


39. Paul Clay 




5. Tom Crouse 


40. Allen Dils 




6. Steve Crislip 


41. Tom Murphy 




7. Mike Buchanan 


42. Ned Rose 




8. Steve Kessel 


43. Steve C. Miller 




9. Kent Kocher 


44. John Bush 




10. John Hutton 


45. Ed Neely 




Vice-President 


46. Rick Rice 




11. Bob Dotson 


47. Jeff Carruth 




12. Dave Laughlin 


48. Dave Williams 




13. David James 


49. Steve Ullum 




14. Nick Hymes 


50. Terry Turner 




15. Jack Harrison 


51. Dave Haden 




16. John Crynock 


52. Chuck Lewis 




17. Bill Bertram 


53. Rick Pill 




18. Sampy Hardin 


54. Mark Warnicki 




19. John Hayne 


55. Steve Walker 




20. Mike Tompkins 


56. Andy Moore 




21. John Thomas 


57. Ben Hardesty 




22. Mike Borosky 


58. Dave Shaffer 




23. Steve Morrison 


59. Buck Goodman 




24. Ian Murray 


60. Jim Miller 




25. Les Shanklin 


61. Fritz Renner 




26. Bill Heavener 


62. Charles Maxwell 




27. Denny While 


63. Steve J. Miller 




28. Ken Boyles 


64. Bob McNabb 




29. John Kamlosky 


65. John Cooper 




30. Wayne Slater 


66. Scott Harper 




31. Jay Dailer 


67. Chilton Wise 




32. Speg Gonzales 


68. Mike Martin 




33. Chuck Wilson 


69. Steve Hopta 




NOT PICTURED 


Paul Ernest 


Rod Kiester 


Chris Iverson 


Glen Comuntzis 


Tom Pick 


Scott Mclntyre 


Jay Harpley 


Dick Haives 


Richie Papp 


Roy Kemp 


George Zivkovich 


Rick Wagner 


Bill West 


Jim Dobbs 


Jeff Huffman 


Rick Goff 


Dave Kostelavsky 


Mack Ruckman 


Dick Morris 


Bob Shanklin 


Bob Rector 


John Francis 


Jamie Albert 


Bill Wilmoth 


Jim Dilley 


Wally Knapp 


Chris Lothes 


Bill Dobbs 


Bill Shetzel 


Bob Thompson 


Bill Richards 


Treasurer 


Ed King 


John Anderson 


Bill Poe 


Roger Frome 


John Hoblitzel 


Bruce Hamilton 


Dave Ratcliffe 


Tom Turner 


Fran Henderson 


Jim Ratcliffe 





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19. Paul Rehrig 


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20. Ed Settle 


2. Jeff Bailey 


21. Bud Thomas 


3. Pete Garrett 


22. Nick Trimboli 


4. Cary Hopper 


23. Stan Kalzkowski 


5. Mike Molin 


24. John Kirby 


6. Wally Pierce 


25. Tom Souchaki 


7. Mike Jones 


26. Brian MacCurrach 


8. Dick Widmer 


27. Pat Smith 


9. Mike Crouse 


28. Larry Rhodes 


10. Gene Esposito 


29. Ed Mannz 


President 


30. C. W. Moffet 


11. J. B. Dickerson 


31. John Shaheen 


12. Larry Duva 


32. Sam McKasky 


13. Duke Weyrich 


33. Robby Manor 


14. Greg Garrett 


34. Harry Mathies 


Treasurer 


35. Rocky Morbito 


15. Mike Ruzkowski 


36. Rudy Henly 


16. Bill Modell 


37. George Scritchfield 


17. Dave Zahn 


38. Doc Jarrett 


18. Jack Clohan 


39. Dave Biricocchi 



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40. Roger Glover 

41. Dave Griffin 

42. Pete Burke 

43. Charlie Loyd 

44. Bill Tucci 

45. A. Jay Hatfield 

46. Dave Lovejoy 

47. Marvin Harvey 



NOT PICTURED 
Bob Campbell 

Vice-President 
Mike Staggers 
Steve Crouse 
Dan DeMarco 
John Knoll 
D. B. Bashaw 
Teddy Payne 
Craig Martin 
Fred Smith 



Bob Teague 
Fred Risovich 
Kenny Rattenbury 
Bill Budnick 
Frank Fragale 
Tom Tomechko 
Jimi Konowitz 
Bill Dearth 
Rusty Van Voorhis 
Dan Keller 
Sam Cava 
Greg Michael 
Dan Starford 
Mark Furfari 
Tom McClung 
Vaughn Glover 
G. I. Lambery 
Steve Beck 
Larry Schif ano 
Tim Diviti 
Walt McGettigan 



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213 



Phi Delta Theta 



l.Eldon Callen 

2. Chuck Cox 

3. John Sobolewski 

4. Roland Hun 

5. John Carroll 

6. Danny Dunn 

7. Flame Carenbaurer 

8. Fred Mullins 

9. Brent Wilshire 

10. Ken Allport 

11. Randy Robinson 

12. Tony Furfari 

13. Weasel Cage 

14. Little Beast Wildasin 

15. Little Jonny Wilson 

16. J. O. Bennett 

17. Paul Russell 
18.Wa-Wa Leonard 

President 

19. Renee Groves 
Sweetheart 

20. Chris Gall 

2 1 . John Hendrickson 
Pledge Master 

22. Dave White 
Treasurer 

23. Jeff Bogden 

24. Nick Nicholson 

25. Rob Reed 

26. Terry Sterling 

27. Bill Harmison 

28. Hank Hanilton 

29. Dick Kaldon 



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13. Joe Allen 


Vice-President 


14. Wally Beaver 


2. Murray Wilson 


15. Elmo Callison 


3. Rich Wisnoski 


16. Darwin Rechart 


4. Paul Tommasi 


17. Steve Penn 


5. Derry Green 


Secretary 


6. Chuck Nail 


18. Ed Deligne 


7. Ken Lemke 




Treasurer 




8. Mark Schepps 




9. Dave Feirstein 


NOT PICTURED 


President 


Mitch Wishart 


10. Dwight Beard 


Ray Hackney 


1 1. George Ratkovitch 


Jim Teasdale 


12. Harry Weisz 


Eric Dye 





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1 . Tom Roush 

2. Dan DeGarmo 

3. Norman Bergel 

4. Dave McQuade 

5. Bob Barbrow 

6. Bill Oharriz 

7. Charles Shoen 

8. Bob Strauss 

9. Alan Barns 

10. Glen McCarthy 

1 1. Buzz Raush 

12. Ed Morgan 

13. Jack Moucheron 

14. Chuck Williamson 

15. Sam Edwards 

16. John McGlothin 

17. Phil Zsoldos 

18. Vic Malone 

19. Dan Lutz 



20. Bruce Lorenz 

21. Gary Balon 

22. Steve Squires 
Vice-President 

23. Gary Adams 

24. John DiFrancesco 

25. Dave Howard 

26. Joe Jones 

27. John Bragg 

28. Ed Leefer 

29. Tom Hlavsa 

30. Dave Thorn 

31. Bearnard Wytko, Jr. 

32. Gary Wilkinson 
Pledge Trainer 

33. Bruce Meeker 
President 

34. Paul Jones 
Secretary 



35. Wayne Armstrong 

36. Roger Pavey 

37. Paul Gross 

38. Jack Rickle 

39. Phil Ondrei 



NOT PICTURED 
John Crain 
Steve Koval 
Mario Conte 
Alan Frink 
Jack Tharp 
Dave Dunbar 
Ken Proudfoot 
Charley Beam 
John Chambers 
Treasurer 



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Sally Rodin 

Sigma Nu 



Linda Kay Scragg 
Phi Kappa Sigma 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



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238 



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Phi Delta Theta 




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Lambda Chi Alpha 





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Chi Phi 



Elaine Turner 
Kappa Alpha 




Karen Englander 
Delia Tan Delta 



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On September 13, 1969, West Virginia University be- 
gan a new era. The Mountaineers had the honor of 
playing the first game of college football's second cen- 
tury. It was also the first game played on the new 
Astro-Turf at Mountaineer Field. 

A near capacity crowd was on hand to see WVU stun 
Cincinnati 57-11. The offense made 27 first downs 
while running up a total of 523 yards. The WVU de- 
fense, led by Carl Crennel and George Henshaw. 
stopped Cincinnati with five first downs, 16 yards 
rushing, and 107 yards offense. Jim Braxton ran for 
1 1 3 yards, made three touchdowns, and kicked four 
extra points. 

The following week, before 31,000 rain-soaked fans, 
the Mountaineers easily handled the Maryland Ter- 
rapins. 31-7. With most of the action packed into the 
first half, Braxton once again stood out, rushing 161 
yards and scoring 19 points. The defense, led by Hen- 
shaw and Crennel. limited the Maryland offense to 
106 yards. 

WVU had a tougher time the following Saturday night 
in New Orleans. It took a second half comeback to 
defeat Tulane 35-17. Oscar Patrick, WVU's leading 
pass receiver, was lost for the season with a leg injury 
in the first half. The second half was a well-balanced 
combination of rushing and passing. Bob Gresham led 
the ground game with 169 yards. 

WVU coasted to an easy 32-0 victory over VMI for 
its fourth win of the season. Leading 29-0 at the half, 
the first team retired for the remainder of the game. 
Mike Sherwood in his fourteenth game surpassed the 
WVU career record for toal offense. 






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Maryland 


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Tulane 


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Penn State 


20 


49 


Pitt 


18 


7 


Kentucky 


6 


31 


William & Mary 





33 


Richmond 


21 


13 


Syracuse 
Peach Bowl 


10 


14 


South Carolina 


3 





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For the second year in a row, it would be a battle of two un- 
defeated teams as WVU journeyed to State College to meet Penn 
State. The game had been a sellout for months. Many WVU stu- 
dents stood in line all night at Beaver Stadium to buy the few stand- 
ing room tickets that would be on sale the next day. Penn State, 
undefeated in twenty-two straight games, pushed through WVU 20- 
0. Going into the game, WVU was first in the nation in rushing 
offense and second in total defense. Starting on the WVU six yard 
line, the Mountaineers marched to the Penn State 25 yard line be- 
fore a bobbled pitchout stopped the drive and changed the course of 
the whole game. The Mountaineers never regained their momentum. 
Late in the first half, Penn State scored the only touchdown needed 
to win. 



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Having a free weekend, the Mountain- 
ers prepared for the Homecoming battle 
with Pitt. Mountaineer Field, with a rec- 
ord crowd of 35,500, had fans sitting on 
the AstroTurf. For the first time, WVU 
won its third game in a row over Pitt by 
a score of 49-18 — the largest margin of 
victory ever over the Panthers. John 
Hale blocked two punts in a row deep in 
Pitt territory to set up a pair of quick 
WVU touchdowns. Ed Williams ran for 
199 yards and three touchdowns. 





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It was snowing again as WVU upset Syracuse 13-10. 
The Mountaineers couldn't get their offense rolling in 
the first half and trailed 10-0 late in the third quarter. 
Suddenly both offense and defense came alive. It took 
only one minute and forty-eight seconds for the Moun- 
taineers to put two touchdowns on the scoreboard 
while the defense stopped the Orangemen cold. 
With their most successful regular season in 47 years, 
the Mountaineers received a well-deserved invitation 
to the Peach Bowl. In control all the way, the Moun- 
taineers defeated South Carolina 14-3. With WVU 
leading 7-3 late in the fourth quarter, South Carolina 
made one of their strongest drives of the game but 
were stopped short by West Virginia's outstanding de- 
fense. The WVU offense took over and scored the 
final touchdown only seconds before the end of the 
game. WVU threatened to score many times as they 
outrushed the Gamecocks 356 to 64 yards. By gaining 
208 yards, a new WVU single game record, Ed Wil- 
liams was voted the game's most outstanding player. 
All-America Carl Crennel was voted the most out- 
standing defensive player. 





Playing before their third sellout contest in a row, the Mountaineers 
edged Kentucky 7-6, to spoil the Wildcats' homecoming. WVU had 
to rely almost solely on its defense as the constant rain hindered the 
offense. Mike Slater intercepted four passes to tie a school record 
and save the game for the Mountaineers. 

It was raining again as Bob Gresham scored three touchdowns to 
lead WVU to a 31-0 victory over William & Mary. 
The final home game of the season was played in 19 degree temper- 
ature. It had snowed for two straight days before the game and 
volunteers worked all night to keep the AstroTurf cleared. Snow 
was still falling as WVU beat Richmond 33-21. Gresham and Brax- 
ton shared the spotlight as they scored two touchdowns each. 



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MOUNTAINEER FOOTBALL— FIRST ROW: Bob Pastin, Dick Ward, Bernie Galiffa, Mike 
Sherwood, Thad Kucherawy, Leon Jenkins, Ron Pobolish, Jack Hammond, Mike Slater, Terry 
Snively. Garland Hudson, Algie LaBrasca, Mike Gillespie, Wayne Porter, Robin Kaser, Bob 
Gresham, Eddie Silverio. SECOND ROW: Tom Williams, Pete Wood, Doc Weiss, Ed Wil- 
liams, Jim Braxton, Dale Farley, Carl Crennel, Dave Benn. Terry King, Marv Six, Danny 
Smith, Dickie Roberts, Terry Voithofer, B. C. Williams, Walt Todorowski, Mickey Plumley, 
Bob Zitelli, Ron Cecil. THIRD ROW: George Boyd, George Henshaw, Fred McMillan, Charlie 
Fisher. Danny Wilfong, Wayne Brooks. John Houghton, Tim Horvath, John Flinchum, Ron 
Goodwin, John Hale, Bob Starford, Art Holdt. Ken Osleger, Lew Schooles, Oscar Patrick. Jim 
Smith. 



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1969 Peach Bowl Champs 



MOUNTAINEER FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF— KNEELING: Bob 

Bissell, Hayden Buckley, Bobby Bowden, Jim Ragland. STANDING: Head 
Coach Jim Carlen. Dale Evans, Bob Brown, Richard Bell, Marshall Taylor. 
Jack Fligg. 





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Soccer 



Inexperience took its toll as the Moun- 
taineer soccer team suffered its first los- 
ing season since 1961. The hooters of 
first-year coach John McGrath started 
fast by going undefeated in their first 
three games. Then the offense stalled 
and the defense loosened up as they lost 
four games in a row. The season ended 
with a 4-5-1 record. 



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3 


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2 


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2 




Cleveland State 


4 




Navy 


8 




South Florida 


4 




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Wrestling 



The unexpected loss of several returnees turned 1969- 
70 into a rebuilding season for George Nedeff's 
Mountaineers. Freshman heavyweight Bob Vettorel 
was the brightest spot in the 4-6 season. Vettorel lost 
only one match of ten and that one on riding time. 



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Indiana, Pa. 


20 


8 


Pitt 


32 


7 


Ohio Northern 


27 


24 


Cincinnati 


14 


25 


West Liberty 


8 


11 


Slippery Rock 


24 


27 


St. Vincent 


12 


8 


Fairmont 


20 


7 


California 


29 


26 


St. Francis 


14 




MOUNTAINEER WRESTLING— FIRST ROW: Donn Lornier, Cliff Bononi, Joe Fedor. 
Marv Warner. Dave McCandless, Jerry Johnson. Jere Engle. SECOND ROW: Jack Cargnoni, 
Steve Orlosky, Roger Lamens, Bob Vettorel, Coach George Nedeff. THIRD ROW: Mitch 
Finchum, Jim Morris, Bob Scott, Jim Leete. Dave Najor, George Elias, Don Roofner, Tom 
Cunningham. Neil Obenshein. 



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Swimming 

Coach Kevin Gilson hated to see the 
swimming season end. Sparked by an 
outstanding group of freshmen, his team 
responded with an 8-2 record, the best 
in the school's history. 



MOUNTAINEER SWIMMING— FIRST ROW: Logan Popoff, Mike Lukow- 
ski, John Law, Brad Levin, Bob Davis, Jim Lightner, Mike Cox. SECOND 
ROW: Bill Snyder, Tom Turner, Bill Kweder, Dave Holovics, Cappy Pentz, 
Jay Graham, Greg Fleming, Ken Tubbs, Diving Coach Jerry Jennings. 
THIRD ROW: Coach Kevin Gilson, Manager Eric Olson, Manager Jim 
Martin, Assistant Coach Jim Riffle. 



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Penn State Relays — 5th 




71 


W.Va. Wesleyan 


23 


64 


Bethany 


40 


38 


Catholic University 


66 


61 


Pitt 


52 


59 


Virginia Tech 


45 


65 


Youngstown 


48 


45 


Maryland 


68 


62 


Penn State 


51 


67 


Grove City 


48 


62 


California 


33 




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MOUNTAINEER BASKETBALL— FIRST ROW: Assistant Coach Gary McPherson, Larry 
Woods, Mark Dawson, Bob Lowe, Mike Heitz, John Wooton, Mike Truell, Assistant Coach 
Chuck Winsor. SECOND ROW: Coach Sonny Moran, Wil Robinson, Dick Ramsey, Skip 
Kintz, Dick Symons, Curt Price, Bob Hummell, Trainer Whitey Gwynne. 





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MOUNTAINEER FRESHMAN BASKETBALL— KNEELING: Dave Cicci. Ike Harris, 
Larry Pugh. SITTING: Larry Harris, Gary Reichenbecher. Mike Carson, Larry Campbell. 
STANDING: Manager Greg Zinn, Rick Davis, Levi Phillips, Harold Black, Joe Chrzaszcz, 
Bud Henderson, Coach Chuck Winsor. 





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63 


Richmond 


64 


77 


Robert Morris 


90 


65 


Ohio Valley 


66 


77 


Pitt 


69 


90 


Ohio State 


110 


105 


Allegheny 


74 


106 


Hagerstown 


81 


52 


Robert Morris 


89 


115 


Shenandoah 


54 


99 


Cincinnati 


100 


88 


Maryland 


91 


98 


Duquesne 


121 


88 


Pitt 


82 



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The official West Virginia University final basketball statistics re- 
vealed the sophomore Wil Robinson and senior captain Bob Hum- 
mell shared the spotlight in almost all possible categories. Robinson 
tallied 520 points in 26 games for a 20.0 average. His average 
makes him the second West Virginia sophomore in history to aver- 
age more than 20 per contest. The first was "Hot Rod" Hundley. 
Hummell finished second in Mountaineer point production with a 
14.0 average. His career point total of 1,137 places him seventh in 
that category. 




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Other 1970 Mountaineer leaders were junior forward Dick Symons 
with a 52.4 field goal percentage and senior forward Larry Woods 
with 236 rebounds. One significant team mark showed the unusually 
small West Virginia cagers out — rebounding taller opponents by a 
1252 to 1184 margin. "It was a most frustrating season," WVU 
head coach Sonny Moran said of the 11-15 record. 



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87 


Kentucky 


106 


106 


William & Mary 


80 


97 


Richmond 


72 


60 


St. John's 


76 


90 


George Washington 


89 


80 


Notre Dame, Sugar Bowl 


84 


95 


New Mexico, Sugar Bowl 


91 


76 


William & Mary 


83 


76 


Maryland 


83 


80 


Davidson 


92 


67 


Pitt 


66 


88 


Florida 


87 


70 


Ohio State 


84 


69 


Penn State 


81 


121 


Hawaii 


65 


82 


Davidson 


87 


92 


George Washington 


91 


75 


Virginia Tech 


76 


70 


Duke 


82 


80 


Furman 


87 


94 


Syracuse 


84 


58 


Penn State 


57 


78 


Notre Dame 


114 


83 


Maryland 


78 


78 


Virginia Tech 


80 


87 


Pitt 


92 




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MOUNTAINEER GYMNASTICS— FRONT ROW: Barry Dangerfield, Philip Antonucci. 
Paul Gross, Ronald Speary, Stephen Albert, David Lawton, William Oharriz. BACK ROW: 
Harold Simmons, David Cavanaugh, Thomas Moore, David Zahn. Harry Deitzler, Raymond 
Spicher, Ray Pettit, Jack Jones. 



Gymnastics 



Coach Bill Bonsall's gymnastics team 
scored consistently, but fell victim to a 
beefed up schedule and wound up with a 
9-3 record. Junior college transfer Paul 
Gross was a standout on the parallel 
bars as was Dave Lawton on the rings. 



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97.45 


Pitt 


123.95 


104.30 


Temple 


138.70 


103.25 


North Carolina 


95.25 


97.05 


Virginia Tech 


100.50 


81.05 


Slippery Rock 


112.45 


101.83 


Old Dominion 


107.30 


101.83 


Frostburg 


68.73 


110.30 


Montclair State 


134.75 


110.30 


William & Mary 


86.45 


97.00 


Cortland 


106.00 


85.10 


Brockport 


85.80 


102.20 


Penn State 


133.85 



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Cross Country 



Running for the first time in four years without the 
leadership of All-America Carl Hatfield, Coach Stan 
Romanoski's Mountaineer Cross Country team en- 
joyed success again in the fall of 1969, posting an 8-3 
record as sophomore Mike Mosser consistently won 
first place honors. 



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West Liberty 


50 


15 


VMI 


50 


18 


Richmond 


45 


35 


Penn State 


22 


15 


Waynesburg 


50 


35 


Pitt 


24 


15 


W.Va. Wesleyan 


50 


15 


W.Va. Tech 


50 


15 


Slippery Rock 
NCAA Regional— 4th 


50 


25 


Virginia Tech 


30 


39 


Ohio State 


20 



MOUNTAINEER CROSS COUNTRY— FRONT ROW: Don Sauer, Bill Huntington, Lloyd 
Reeder. Mike Scott. Jim McCracken. Nicky Ritz. BACK ROW: Mike Mosser. Lott Steffey. 
John Welch. Don Fosselman. Dan Payne. Coach Stan Romanosky. 




Track 



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86 


Fairmont 


67 


86 


Slippery Rock 


24 


61 


Virginia Tech 

1st — Fairmont Invitational 

3rd — Big Four Meet 


84 



MOUNTAINEER TRACK— FRONT ROW: Sonny Moore, Reg Corbett, Steve Starn, George 
Huff, Paul Haley. MIDDLE ROW: Steve Cresce. Mike Mosser, Mike Scott. Lott Steffey, Dan 
Payne, Don Sauer. Bill Huntington, John Welch. BACK ROW: Head Coach Stan Romanoski, 
Tim Kelly. Joe Costa, Paul Finn, Delbert Johnson. Rick Morrison, Don Fosselman. Jim 

Wright, Bob Rieves, Ernie Vecchio. Asst. Coach Sgt. Rieves. 




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MOUNTAINEER BASEBALL— FRONT ROW: Wally Protch, E. B. Marsh, Randy Lease, 
Monte Shearer, John Raese. MIDDLE ROW: Sam Ellis. Ron Pobolish, Jim Mavroleon, Jim 
Reitter, Larry Myers, Don Shearer, Skip Hines. BACK ROW: Head Coach Dale Ramsburg, 
Dave Ferguson, Tom Lynch. Fred Smith, Rick Wagener. Rick Oliver, Bruce McCutcheon, 
Larry Wilfong, Larry Boggs. Tom Sochacki, Asst. Coach Tom Tomechko, Asst. Coach Jerry 
Brewster. 



Baseball 



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Auburn 


2 


3 


Auburn 





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Birmingham So. 
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9 
5 


3 


Vanderbilt 


2 


5 


Belmont 


1 


4 


California 


2 


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Virginia Tech 





1 


Virginia Tech 





5 


Juniata 





13 


St. Francis 





7 
1 


Maryland 
Maryland 


6 

4 


2 


Pitt 


1 


I 


Penn State 





6 


Pitt 


4 


4 


Pitt 


7 



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Mountaineer Fans— 

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Athletic Director Brown 




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Robert N. Browns efforts during his 20 years of outstanding 
service to West Virginia University are reflected in numerous 
improvements which have created prominence and prestige for 
WVU Athletics. 

"Red" initiated his association with West Virginia University 
athletics in 1950, coaching the basketball team. After four 
prosperous seasons he was appointed to the Director of Ath- 
letics position which he still holds. 

Leading the 13-sport Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, 
Brown maintains his policy of representative scheduling which 
features pairings from neighborhood rivalries to coast-to-coast 
battles. Under his direction, expansion of athletic facilities has 
complimented this plan. 

Already considered one of the best basketball facilities in the 
nation, the WVU Coliseum has emerged as yet another multi- 
purpose structure. The impressive 14,000 seat arena will house 
the School of Physical Education with offices for faculty and 
coaches. A new baseball diamond along with soccer and foot- 
ball practice fields and tennis courts surround the Coliseum to 
form the University's athletic complex. A new track and field 
complex, complete with a regulation Olympic size one-quarter 
mile, all-weather track, will serve WVU's track team and is 
located next to the Coliseum. 

AstoTurf at Mountaineer Field exemplifies the Brown Philos- 
ophy. The artificial surface assures favorable field conditions 
at all times for both the football and soccer squads. Even 
general recreation has broadened its program and benefited 
from the durable "carpet". 

Another addition to the sports scene at WVU, conceived and 
realized during "Red's" 16 years as athletic director, is the 
triple-tiered, blue and gold press box, rated as one of the finest 
in the East. 

While improvements have been completed on the football 
dressing and training room areas, plans are still being formu- 
lated for additonal seating at the stadium. 

Robert N. "Red" Brown has "lived" all of these dramatic and 
purposeful developments. They illustrate his policy of progress 
— and 20 years of action. 




West Virginia University Coliseum 



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WVU ATHLETIC COUNCIL— SEATED: Edward Arkwright, Alumnus; Ruel Foster, Fac- 
ulty; Dr. Herbert Warden, Chairman; John Semon, Faculty; Louis Meisel, Alumnus. STAND- 
ING: Steve Crislip, Student; Robert McNabb, Student; Robert Brown, Athletic Director; 
Thomas Cady, Faculty; William Martin, Faculty. 




Mountaineer Field 



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John "Doc" Richmond — Student Body President 
Phyllis Huff — Student Body Vice-President 



Student Administration 



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Glen Comuntzis — Treasurer 



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Ann Solomon — Student Administration Secretary 




CLASS OFFICERS— SEATED: Ed Howard. Senior Class President: Sally Steptoe, Senior Class 
Vice President Glen Comuntzis, Student Body Treasurer; Alan Woodford. Junior Class Presi- 
dent; Laura Dudley, Sophomore Class President; Linda Gray, Freshman Class Vice Presi- 
dent. STANDING: Phyllis Huff, Student Body Vice President; John Richmond. Student Body 
President; Donn Brown, Freshman Class President. 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN— Sally Steptoe, Academic Study Forum; Laura Dudley, Elec- 
tions Committee Representative; Frank Tietranton and Mary Ellen Rapsawich, Festival of 
Ideas; Ellen Boddie, Homecoming; Mary Kaye Belota, Leadership Conference; David Kos- 
telanski. Junior Executive; Barbara Wickline, Public Relations. 





STUDENT LEGISLATURE OFFICERS— STANDING: Ken Codeiuppi, Pat Esposito, Kathy 
Montgomery, Jim Herdon, Bill Harmison. SEATED: Steve Hunter. 




STUDENT LEGISLATURE— FIRST ROW: Tom Heflin, Steve Hunter, Tony Spatafore, 
Mike Frino. SECOND ROW: Jim Herdon, Ken Codeiuppi, John Porec, Bob Drylie, Ron 
Pinchok. THIRD ROW: Brenda Scott, Carolyn Vicks, Kathie Kartagener, Kathy Mont- 
gomery, Sadie Johns, Pat Esposito. FOURTH ROW: Beth Anderson, Bill Harmison. Eric 

Summerville. 

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Army 




ROTC 



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DRILL TEAM— S. Schmidt, T. Bortner, V. Alvis, J. Patton, R. Ferrell, B. Hathaway, R. 
Miller, F. Aurenty. 



DRILL TEAM— FRONT ROW: B. Thompson, J. Burmer, T. Bortner. R. Miller, R. Ferrell. 
F. Aurenty. BACK ROW: S. Schmidt, B. Hathaway, D. Minor, V. Alvis, R. Burchett, J. 
Patton. 













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AROTC RIFLE TEAM— KNEELING: Frank Kislan, Greg Yantic, Bill Truxal, Alex Fisher, 
Roger Ferrell. STANDING: John Carpenter, Don Ornick, Robert McNickle. Coach; Jack 
Moucheron, Bill Freed. 



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PERSHING RIFLES — FIRST ROW: J. Palton, J. Burmer. B. Thompson, K. Taylor, F. 
Aurentz. S. Schmidt. E. Moleriaro. SECOND ROW: B. Hathaway, D. Minor, V. Alvis. R. 
Ferrell. T. Bortner, W. Woodland. R. Miller, R. Wofter, R. Burchett. 



Pershing Rifles 



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Mountainettes 




MOUNTAINETTES— STANDING: Janet Hammack. Nancy Tannen, Margaret Clay, Ellen 
Gibson, Lome Dalie, Kathy Pantoplus. Camille Bartmen. Deanie Stone. Cheryl Cooper. 
Company Commander; Beckie Ferraccio, Linda Hammack, Jodie Brown, Susan Cunningham. 
Antoinette Petrucce, Cody Cunningham, Joan Butler, Joyce Butler. Joyce McConihay. Jac- 
queline Bryan. Vicky Hogsett, Executive Officer; Susan Trumble. Sharon Givens, Charlotte 
Rose, Treasurer; Karen Zimmerman, Lorena Battistone. Vicki Woodburn. KNEELING: Anita 
Loos. Janelle Ichierling. Barbara Bintliff. Mary Jane Copley. 






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AROTC BAND— T. Wolfe, D. Feather. L. Palmer. R. Howen. E. Evans. J. Smith, J. Rossetti. 
R. Milner. M. Smith. J. Robinette, T. White. 



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AROTC SPONSORS — Cherly Cooper. Deanie Stone: Sherry Eades. 






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LI-TOON-AWA— BACK ROW: Debbie Weith, Susan Zonca. President; Ann Wilson. Cynthia 
Sawney, Miss Jean Benson, Advisor: Donna Corbin, Sheila Williams, Beverly Ammar. 
FRONT ROW: Jan Flies, Susan Thomas, Nancy Houck. Virginia Smith. Roxann Powers, 
Jeanette Luckok, Lucille Jones, Lindsey Sharp. 



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Residence Hall Association 




R.H.A. — Mike Vaughan; Vice President; Tom Snyder. Walt Todorowski. President; 
Kennedy. Secretary; Bill Dawson, Monica Tarantino, Treasurer; Steve Shirley. 



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WVU Marching Band 




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Dolphins 



DOLPHINS — Kathy Petranek. President; Holly Abran, Donna Bar- 
ton, Lisa Bennett, Sharon Benson, Robyn Bowden, Lynn Carpenter, 
Robin Core. John Corey, Rick Corey, Mary Kay Corum, Nancy 
Cox, Bill Cnllen, Nancy Davisson, Carol Deckerson, Jill Dorn, 
Louise Dorwart, Paul Dumont, Jim English, Kathy Folen, Patty Fox, 
Donna Fulton, Pam Galpin, Bev Hawkinson. Jan Hedrick, Debbie 
Herr. Jennifer Jones. Karen King, Judy Lucas, Larry Mentzer, Mary 
Ann Mullenix, Karen Mullens, Anne Patchell, Sherran Pence, Kathy 
Petranek. Betsy Randall. Beverlee Rice. Sally Rodin, Robin Schock, 
Kathy Silvis, John Swearingen, Therese Smith, Ty Yeazell, Judi Young, 
Mary Zirkle, M. Kay Gilson, Advisor. 




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Orchesis 



ORCHESIS — Marilyn Britvec Lord, President; Jean Amos, Lois Anderson, Carolyn Bach- 
mann, Nancy Beihl, Theresa Chipps. Jeanne Chronister, Karen Eldred, Johnette Evans, 
Geoffrey Ezell, Cindy Faulkes, Allie Foster. Judy Frost, Mary Beth Garvin, Carolyn Given. 
Debbie Greco, Beth Haines. Debbie Hardmin. Pat Hayes, Sarah Heater. Marcele Jaco. 
Rhonda Kelley, Wendy Kujat, Janice McBee. Kay Moore, Linda Moyer, Ruby Opacic. 
Jeannie Pahl, Patty Palumbo, Debbie Pence. Angela Staats. Michael Stewart. Meredith Strum. 
Sheila Walker, Mary Kay Wiedebusch. Advisor. 




Phi Bater Capper 





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CHEERLEADERS— SITTING: Claudette Fox, Sarabeth Goodwin. Johanna Bryant, Shela 
Reel, Dot Stuart, Sissy Getgood, Pam Rose. STANDING: Ellen Colvin, Patty Palumbo. Rick 
Allison, Donna Kersten, Sandy Lee, Raymond Hobbs. IN TREE: Betsy Painter. 



Cheerleaders 



295 




Interfraternity Council 



IFC OFFICERS — Tom Dickie. Treasurer; Bill Hamison. Secretary; Wayne Slater, President; 
Bob Kennen, Vice President. 




Order of the Grail 




Alpha Phi Omega 




APO— FIRST ROW: John Looney, David Walters, Richard Sowers, Darrell Milem, Robert 
Pikler, John Looney. SECOND ROW: Thomas Sharpenburg, Terry Wolfe, Howard Blyler, 
Booker Walton, Charles Mirable, David Hamilton, Dale Krach, 2nd Vice President; Michael 
Baldwin. James Hudson, Donald Costilow, Luther Spivey, Nitin Khumbani. THIRD ROW: 
Joseph Meyer, Treasurer; Leroy Saxe. Advisor; Robert Sigler, President; George Musser. 
Advisor; John Swearingen, Secretary. 



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Mountain 




MOUNTAIN— FIRST ROW: Walt Todorowski, Ed McDivitt, Jim Herdon, Tom Tinder. Bill 
Hopper. Mr. Edwin Reynolds. Wayne Slater. SECOND ROW: Ed Silverio, John Esposito. 
Larry Sartore, John Richmond, Jay Buchlew, Mr Robert Nugent, Prof. Albert "Whitey" 
Gwynne. THIRD ROW: Erwin Conrad, Jamie Moore, Charles Fox, Steve Hunter, Wayne 
Sinclair. Bill Wooten, Prof. Marlyn Lugar. FOURTH ROW: Jim Lolyd. Tim Stover, Lewis 
Cook. Charles Gage, Glen Comuntzis, Chuck Wehner. John Hoblitzell. Prof. Willard Loren- 
sen. Rick Becker, Mark Valentine. Mr. Gordon Thorn. 



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1970 Monticola Staff 



Kathy Davis and Cyndy Goldsworthy, Royalties 



Christie Froehlich and Ellen Staggers, Greeks 





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Susie Staggers, Editor-in-Chief 




Lena Mowtshan, Administration 







301 




Ann Carver Gracey. Assistant Senior 



John Yurick, Sports 




302 



Hunter P. McCartney, Advisor 




Rick Williams, Business Manager 




303 




Jeff Orndorff, Advertising Manager 



Linda Snodgrass and Cindy Phillips. Sales and Distribution 




304 



Photographers 



Dave Smith, John Foster. Richard Rogers 




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Alpha Delta Sigma 
Gamma Alpha Chi 




New initiates and members of the P.I. Reed chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma — Gamma Alpha 
Chi. professional advertising fraternity. ADS-GAX fraternity membership includes those stu- 
dents studying for a career in the field of advertising. 



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Apology 



We apologize to those organizations 
which wanted to be included in this sec- 
tion but which were omitted. This was 
due to stolen negatives and unnecessary 
circumstances. 



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To Our Patrons 



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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams 

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Paul M. Carroll 

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Mr. and Mrs. Hugo J. Dalzot 

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Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Evans 

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Feeley 

George F. Fenton 

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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Freese 

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Mr. and Mrs. J. Hernan Fuenzalida 
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fultz 

Mr. and Mrs. Domenick Gais 

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gardner 

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Mr. and Mrs. Laurence P. Georg 

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Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Getgood 

Mary Morgan Gibson 

Arthur L Gilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gionni 

Guy G. Givens 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Giuliani 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Glover 

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gluchoski 

M. J. Gonzales 

Mrs. C. E. Goodwin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Gosnell 

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Mr. and Mrs. N. Gracey 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gray 

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John M. Green 

Mr. and Mrs. James V. Grizzell 

Dianne Gruber 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Guill 

John C. Gwinn 

James E. Halstead 

Patrick R. Hamilton 

James F. Hamlin, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hammack 

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Mr. and Mrs. John Harman 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Hammond, Sr. 

S. L. Harper, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harr 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. George Hartleben 

Jack D. Hawkins 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Osco D. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ralph Headlee 

Col. George W. Heater 

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Hedges 

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Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Henshaw, Jr. 

Kenneth V. Herndon 

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Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Herron 

Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hetterich 

Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hewitt 

Clifton Hill 

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Mr. and Mrs. Kesler W. Hise 

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hoagland 



Adrian W. Hoffman 

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Luster Humphreys 

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Lloyd G. Jackson 

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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Joseph 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Juergens 

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Donna L. Kersten 



Earl W. Kidd 

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David C. King 

Herbert W. King 

Ward King 

Thomas C. Kitchen 

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Joel L. Klenert 

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Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Knepp 

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Mr. and Mrs. Theo. H. Kopp 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Korzeniewski 

Mrs. Mary Kostelich 

Joseph Kostur, Jr. 

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Frank S. Kugle 

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kutchman 

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lambert 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Lanham 

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Larson 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin T. Lash 

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Mr. and Mrs. Coy A. Law 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lawton 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Leach 

Steve Lebnick 

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Leif 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Leete 

Mr. and Mrs. William N. Legard 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Lemley 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Lempicki 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Lesniewski 

Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. George N. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lewis, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Licata 

Mrs. Louise M. Lilly 

Harold E. Limpert 

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Mr. and Mrs. N. Bayrle Link 

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Linville 

Charles R. Lloyd 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Lopardo 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Britvec 

Mr. and Mrs. James Love 

O. C. Loyd 

Mr. Joseph Luchini 

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Luther 

Charles W. Lynch 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Lynch 



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R. H. Lytle 

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McCarthy 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. McCartney 

Mrs. Ann McCauley 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. McClain 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. McClure 

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McConnell 

James M. McCormick, Jr. 

Mrs. Clara McCracken 

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John M. McGee 

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Mrs. Lola F. Fineran 

C. W. McGlothlin, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McGowan 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. McKeever 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. McKeown 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. McMahon 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris McMath 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. 

Hershberger, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle T. McMillen 

Joseph C. McCullough 

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy J. Mace 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mack 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Madera 

Wallace G. Mahanes, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mainella 

Stan and Sunny Malkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Mallory 

John M. Mallow, D.D.S. 

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Mrs. Mary Belle Marchant 

Joseph B. Marchetti 

Frank J. Mariani 

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Elvin B. Marsh, Sr. 

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Mrs. J. R. Martin 

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LeRoy L. Metz 

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Raymond E. Michael 

Lloyd W. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Miller 



Mrs. William Miller 

Mrs. Ralph E. Miller 

Mrs. Helen R. Miller 

Richard G. Milner 

Louis G. Mitchell, Sr. 

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Don Moore 

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Mrs. Richard Myers 

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Fred L. Norton, M.D. 
Carl Nuzum, Jr. 

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J. R. Osborne 

Anna Faye Ott 

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Robert J. Owings 

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Arch Price 

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Sr. 

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Burl G. Ratcliffe 

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James C. Scott 

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Fashion Floors Inc. 

Albert J. Sgier 

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Mrs. A. S. Shiring 

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Edwin Short 

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Raymond Shultz 

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Manford Sonstegard 

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Anthony Spartafore 

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Frank Sprouts 

Congressman Harley O. Staggers 

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Dr. John M. Stiles 

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of America 

District No. 31 



A Labor Organization Comprised 

of Coal Miners Dedicated 

To the Welfare of it's Members 



Congratulations to the 

Graduating Class of 

1970 



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Lewisburg Ronceverte White Sulphur Springs 



Greenbrier's Own Daily Newspaper 

Daily ^^ News 



Serving the Greenbrier Valley 



R N B 




The Ronceverte National Bank 

Ronceverte, W. Va. 
Established 1 900 



Jfort §auannab Inn 

Route 2 19, 1 Block N. of 60 

LEWISBURG. W. VA. 
Phone: 645-3055 

Restaurant — Motel — Museum 



Compliments of 

The First National Bank 
of Ronceverte 



Congratulations Class of '70 

Modern Banking for Everyone 




LDWNDEE 



Phone 624-7445 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Member F.D.I.C. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 70 



CITY NATIONAL BANK 
OF FAIRMONT 



"Big enough to serve you, 
small enough to appreciate you." 



Member F.D.I.C. 



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Why 




make the 
nation's business 
yours? 

Because you seek a career with challenge. 
Purpose. You want to help. And 
you want to get involved. 

You'll find opportunity and fulfillment in private business, 
built on the capitalistic system that has given us the world's 
highest living standards. 

American business continually searches for new and 
improved products, for better ways to do things, and keep 
costs down. Wherever there are problems to solve — in our 
cities, in space, under the sea — private enterprise responds 
with the talent and resources to bring about efficient, work- 
able solutions. 

Your work and achievement in the corporate community 
can be satisfying and rewarding, your contribution 
important. Check into opportunities in business enterprise. 



Amarlcan 
/Electric 

( **' 

V System. 




APPALACHIAN POWER CO. 



Compliments of 

DAVIS-WEAVER 
FUNERAL HOME 



329 East Main St. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. Phone 623-0341 



John H. Davis 



Directors: 

Harry I. Kennedy 

Willis Antill 











" * r «y^^TRANSFER / 
p AND STORAGE £ 

A Agent " 

C UNITED VAN LINES, INC. A 

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^k Phone 296-3311 — Nile 292-9669 f 

^W MOVING WITH CARE EVERYWHERE f 
X. ,56 CUY STREET f 

Xmorgantown. w. va^t 











Best Wishes To W. V. U. From 

MARSH'S 

The Spot To Shop For Footwear in: 

Hush Puppies To Fit Everyone's Desires 

Crosby Square and Pedwin 

For Men 

Sandler of Boston and Miss America 

for Women 



405 High Street 



Morgantown, W. Va. 



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SEE GUY "C" AT FLINN'S 




GUY C FLINN INC. 

"your prescription opticians" 

243 PLEASANT 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 

DIAL 296-4145 
— AND — 

FLINN OPTICIANS, INC. 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 

Dial 623-4839 

GLASSES 

Most Frames Replaced While You Wait 

On the Spot Repairs 
Frame Repairs and Lenses Duplicated 



Compliments of 
Bob Cattreil, '42 



FORD 



CATTRELL MOTOR COMPANY 



Weirton, W. Va. 



Phone 622-1651 



CLARKSBURG IRON & STEEL 
CO., INC. 

ROBERT WEINER, President 



Office and Yards at Glen Elk No. 2 

New and Used Structural Steel 

P.O. Box 1030 Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Compliments of the 



FOURCO GLASS COMPANY 



Offices: SCHROATH BUILDING 
Corner of Washington Ave. and 3rd St. 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 



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YOUR Progress is OUR Progress 

"Partners in area progress" is 
WVU's motto as well as ours. 

Best Wishes for your 
continued achievement! 



The First National Bank 

Of MORGAISTTOWN 




Morgantown, 
West Virginia 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



• Member Federal Reserve System 



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Exchange 




152 Willey St. Morgantown, W. Va. 



iisiis 




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THE BOOK EXCHANGE, INC. 



Textbooks 



School Supplies 



Compliments of 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
OF WEIRTON 

314 Penco Road Weirton, W. Va. 
Area code 304 723-2000 

"Local Ownership, Local Management" 
Member FDIC 



Compliments of 
MET SHOE SERVICE 

363 High St. Morgantown 



REINER & CORE 

Fine Clothes for 

Men and Women 

217 High St. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 



JIEMBER 
%l» GEM Stf 3 " 

*J4. ^/v. <Jjoaae /jeweler 

MORGANTOWN FAIRMONT 

WEST VIRGINIA 



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PPG INDUSTRIES is a producer 
of float, sheet and flat glass 
for home, industry and 
automotive uses ; 
fiber glass for draperies 
and for industrial purposes ; 
paints for both domestic uses 
and industry; 

chemicals, adhesives, plastics, 
brushes, coatings, resins, 
architectural metals and 
many other products. 
Ambitious college graduates 
are invited to contact us 
if interested in a corporation 
with an impressive record of 
sound growth for its ever 
expanding operations. 

WORKS 12 

CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 




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GROW ALONG WITH VS... IN GREATER CLARKSBURG 



UNION NATIONAL BANK 

Helping you take better advantage of your financial opportunities. 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 



Sorry, Madam, We don't 
carry Ladies Bikinis. 



And they say they 
have everything. 





EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS, MADAM! 



WorkTngmaNJ 



STORE 



CLARKSBURG 



Middletown Mall 



FAIRMONT 



Building for a Greater West Virginia 




The NATIONAL BANK 
of COMMERCE 



Visit Our New Home — Commerce Square — In Charleston 



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HOTEL MORGAN 

SPECIALIZING IN 

Catering of weddings 
Dinner dances 
Fraternity parties 
Home catering 

and Equipment Rental for Parties 
Air conditioning and TV in all rooms 

SERVING THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY 
SINCE 1927 

Frank Kraus, Gen. Manager 
Phone 292-8401 



CITIZENS BANK 

of VVeirton 

Dedicated to Community Service 

Main St. at Lee Ave. 
P.O. Box 760 Weirton, W. Va. 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



SHOP 



whiteside's features such 
fine lines as . . . 

bobbie brooks 

jantzen 

russ togs 

Jonathan logan 

John Meyer of Norwich 

four corners 



WHITESIDES 



morgantown, w. va. 



TODAY 



Compliments of 

MOUNTAIN STATE 
LINEN SERVICE, INCORPORATED 

412 Ohio Avenue 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 

"A Complete Laundry and Linen Service" 

Phone 624-6478 C. C. Lake, Mgr. 



Congratulations to 

Class of 1970 

from the 

MONTICOLA STAFF 

1970 Yearbook 



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Fint in Uftlhone Chtmiitfy 



MOBAY CHEMICAL COMPANY 



NEW MARTINSVILLE, 
WEST VIRGINIA 



Mobay Chemical is a rapidly growing company and offers many chal- 
lenging and interesting opportunities for college graduates. We invite 
you to consider a career with us in Production, Research or Technical 
Sales. 



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DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 
CHINA SILVERWARE 



ROBERT A. YAGLE 

Jeweler 



379 High Street Morgantown, W. Va. 
Phone 296-7713 



Just A Little Better 

DeVINCENT S 

High Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



LAIDLEY AND SELBY SUPPLY 

417 High Street 
Morgantown. West Virginia 

Machines and Supplies for the Office 



MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY 

of WEST VIRGINIA 



F. Duane Hill, President 
B.W. Englc, Secretary 



Route 19 South 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 



Morgantown's Finest Homefurnishings Store 
Complete Decorator Assistance 




146-152 High Street 



Dial 296-4428 



Celebrating Our 
Fifty-Ninth Anniversary 



DTK 

"The Heart of Your Home . . ." 
Just 49 steps up Walnut from High 



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HAROLD WEISS, JEWELER 



292-3107 



304 High St. 



Morgantown. W. Va. 



"Compliments of" 

DANIELS 



CHAMBERLAINE & FLOWERS, INC. 

128 South Second St. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



PALERMO'S 

361 High St. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Morgantown's Best Men's Shop 



For INSURANCE 

Designed Especially 

For the Students of 

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

(Council on Student Health) 

HENRY & HARDESTY, INC. 



517 Fairmont Ave. 
Fairmont, West Virginia 

363-7000 




FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK 

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Owens-Illinois 

GLASS CONTAINER DIVISION 

PLANT • FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



CONTAINERS 




Closure ind Plastic Specialties 



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Paperboard 
Multiwill Paper Bags 
Corrugated Shipping Boies 




LIIBEY Glassware 

INDUSTRIAL 

KIMAX* 

Glass Pipe 



...ONE OF MANY CITIES AND 
TOWNS THROUGHOUT 
AMERICA... 




where good neighbors of yours, 
the employees of Owens-Illinois 
and its subsidiaries . . . 

MAKE ® PRODUCTS 

contributing to your 

greater convenience, 

comfort and 

enjoyment! 



SCIENTIFIC 




KIMBLE end HEMINGRAY 
Gltst Insulators 




■ UILDING 



Glass Tubing 
end Glass Rod 



KIMBLE 
Glass Laboratory 



Glass Block 




THINLITE 
Apparatus Curtain Wall Panels 



MAKERS OF (j) PRODUCTS 



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Come browse through the . . 

West Virginia 
University 
Book Store 

Book Center of the Campus 

MOUNTAINLAIR 



AAorgantown Blueprint Co. 



Xerox Copies 

Offset Printing 

Photostats 

Blueprints 

White Prints 



369 Chestnut 



292-4857 




<$**> 



New Martinsville, W. Va. 
Phone 455-1300 



Home of the 
New Martinsville Regatta 



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BELLS WHOLESALE GROCERY, INC. 

F. 0. Box 716 
M0RGAINT0WN, W. VA. 26505 



Distributors of Del Monte, Dole, and Hunt's 
Fruits and Vegetables 



FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOC. 
OF CLARKSBURG 

Mortgage loans — insured savings 

Member of F.S.L.I.C. 

Corner of 3rd and Main St. 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

of Grafton 



Court Restaurant 



IN OLD HISTORIC 
Lewisbure. W. Va. 



cameo boutique 



COOMBS FLOWER SHOP 

401 High Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



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Perhaps you haven't thought much about it, 
but there's probably some of our steel in 
your home. If you have canned soft drinks 
or corn, beer or bug-bombs, peaches or pet 
food, it's a good bet that some of the cans 
are made of Weirton Steel's tinplate. Tons 



of tin cans bring to American homes an end- 
less variety of foods, beverages, and any- 
thing else that can be canned. People en- 
joy the convenience of the mighty tin can, 
and our job at Weirton Steel is to make 
sure that you can continue to enjoy it. 



WEIRTON STEEL DIVISION 

NATIONAL STEEL CORPORATION 
Weirton, West Virginia 



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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATE! 

from the 



The Charleston 




National Bank 





xs 



BROTHERS 



423 Market Street 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 



PARKERSBURG'S LARGEST STORE FOR MEN, 

BOYS . . . AND WOMEN TOO! 

SINCE 1898 



Our best wishes 
for your continued success 



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<fo$dto& 



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<?v[oiqantotxm. < VVtit ^UeufLnia 
341 HIGH STREET 



"WHERE YOUR HOME BEGJNS" 



Martinsburg Lumber & Coal Co.. Inc. 



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1 125 Washington Avenue 
Martinsburg, West Virginia 

Dial AMherst 3-9961 



Compliments 
CREIGHTON MUSIC COMPANY 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Baldwin Pianos and Organs 

Fender Guitars and A inplifiers 



MAUNZ 

Individual Shop for Men 



Clarksburg 



Fairmont 



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Compliments of 



METROPOLITAN AND MORGAN THEATERS 



Morgantown, West Virginia 



Keeping Pace With The Growth of 
West Virginia University 



r THE ^ 

MORRIS PLAN 

\BANK^ 



The Bank that "Service" Built 

Savings — Checking — Loans — Master Charge^ 

Member F.D.I.C. 

WHEELING, W. VA. 




Compliments of 

lOOStrattonSt. 
Logan, W. Va. 



Discount 




EDUCATION . . . 

A vital necessity for our youth and for the continual prog- 
ress and growth of our country. 



BANK OF RALEIGH 

Main & Kanawha Sts. — Beckley, W.Va. 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



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CRISLIP MOTOR LODGE, INC. 

U.S. 50 — 1 Block West of Jet. 1 19 
Grafton, W. Va. 



YOUR 



BANKAMERICARD. 



Mrs. Jewel C. Crislip 
Owner 

Phone: 304-265-2100 



Air Conditioned — Color TV — Pool — Lounge 

W. Va. Glass Gift Shop 
Quality Hand Painted Lamps 
Hand Made Jewelry 

Giftwares and Housewares 
W. Va. Key Tags 

Visit International Mother's Day Shrine 

Relax in our New Club Room 



Compliments of 




NATIONAL BANK 



OF LOGAN 



lO«*N. WEST VltGINIA 



Logan. W. Va. 

Over 36 Years of 
Friendly Service 

Member F.D.I.C. 

Logan County's Largest 
and Strongest Bank 





RAY'S PASTRIES 




321 High St. 


Bakery 


— Restaurant — Delicatessen 



« 



WILLISON REAL ESTATE CO. 

established 1903 

405 — 406 Goff Building 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 



BLUEVILLE 
BANK 



5% Certificate of Deposit 



Bank by mail. We pay postage both ways 

No minimum Balance No service charge checking 

Phone 265-3400 




Member F.D.I.C. 



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Charleston's Most Convenient Bank 

Extends Greetings 

To West Virginians 

Everywhere 





mt t/iMinta 



ESTABLISHED 1951 



TENNESSEE AVENUE AND ROANE STREET 
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 25302 



BANK OF WEIRTON 



Weirton, W. Va. 



Serving the Weirton 

A rea Since 

1912 



Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



ALLEGHENY LAND 
and MINERAL CO. 

(A CORPORATION) 
318 Professional Building 
Clarksburg, West Virginia 



§■■ 



HARRISON 



407 Market St. 



BOND CLOTHES 
JARMAN SHOES 

Phone 
422-8419 



Parkersburg, W. Va. 



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BANK OF 
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS 



Financial Headquarters 

of the 

Tri-County Area 



Member F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve System 

Phone: 599-1680 




BEG U. S PAT. OFF. 



GUESTS ENJOY: 

• Year Round Air Conditioning 

• Swimming Pool 

• Free TV 

• Wall to Wall Carpet 

• Baby Sitters 

• Excellent Restaurant 

Banquet and Convention 

Facilities 

Children Under 12 Free 

Phone: 599-1680 



PEERLESS LAUNDRIES, INC. 



Sincerity in the Art of Laundering 



221 East Brockway Avenue 
Morgantown, W. Va. 26505 



Catering to the Students' Laundering Needs 





SANITONE CLEANERS 


Phone 


The G U A R D 


485- 


cleaning & 


4536 


dyeing Company 




"Service that excels" 




125 Third St. 




Parkersburg, W. Va. 



BECKLEY NATIONAL BANK 



Beckley, W. Va. 



Member F.D.I.C. 




Central W. Va. 
Truck Headquarters 



nam; 



SIMPSON TRUCK SALES, INC. 

Sales and Service 

P.O. Box 1606 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Rt. 50 East Phone 624-7452 



The very best in hotel convenience 



The 



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in Charleston, W. Va. 



The DANIEL BOONE is a friendly hotel with a complete service; it is preferred 
by those who travel in this area. It is perfect for conventions and large meetings. 
Guests have the choice of adjacent parking or garage delivery service. Air Con- 
ditioned. 

In the heart of Charleston's business and shopping center. 



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MASSULLO'S 

Cleaners and Tailors 
High Street Morgantown 



Compliments and Best Wishes! 
When it comes to Feminine Fashion come to . 



THE 




IN THE HEART 

OF DOWNTOWN BECKLEY, W. VA. 




MOUNTAINEER 
SPORT SHOP 

439 High Street 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



'Specialist in Sports" 



CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN 



Under Supervision StOt* Bonking Deportment 



CITIZENS BUILDING 



MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 26504 



MONTGOMERY WARD 



Morgantown's Leading Department Store 



238 High Street 
Morgantown, West Virginia 



young adult accounts invited 



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it's the real thing 




Enjoy 



70-32 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 26505 










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KANAWH A BANKING 
fc? TRUST COMPANY 

Charleston, \V. Va. 

"The Person to Person Bank" 



THE YARDSTICK 

First in 
Fashion Fabrics 



SILVER BRAND CLOTHES 

Style stores for men and young men 
Beckley — Charleston — Logan, W. Va. 



Air Conditioned 

WONDER BAR 

The Top of the Town 
Clarksburg 



Compliments of 




MonmsoN^ - 


Morgantown 


Famous for Quality 




Home of the IN look 




Around Campus 





Lenard Gottlieb 
Pharmacy, '28 



Congratulations to the Class of 1970 

"Serving central West Virginia for over 38 years" 

Bernard Gottlieb 
Journalism, '38 



Herbert Gottlieb 
Pharmacy, '41 



FOUNTAIN CUT RATE ■ GRAYS CUT RATE 



Clarksburg — Elkins — Weston 



Parkersburg — Morgantown — Fairmont 



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